As a print publication, we give students the platform to become leaders on their campuses. These students publish the stories of people’s successes, struggles and realities, and give a voice to the underrepresented.
Online, we provide a universal platform to elevate APIA voices everywhere. Our content discusses social, cultural and campus-based APIA issues, and highlights notable people within the community.
Kevina Lee establishes Sparks Magazine as a student organization at the University of Florida
Sparks Magazine publishes its first issue and distributes copies to the public in a joint event with UF Asian Kaleidoscope Month
Sparks Magazine hosts first release party for its third issue at the UF Arredondo Cafe, attracting approximately 200 attendees
Kevina Lee and Jason Liu establish a National Board for Sparks Magazine with the goal to expand to more college campuses
Sparks Magazine establishes its second chapter at the University of Central Florida
Ricky Ly and L.A. Mabilangan join the Board of Directors for Sparks Magazine
Sparks Magazine establishes its third chapter at the University of South Florida; Sparks Magazine is officially recognized as a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization