RISING STAR: Kevie Kawasaki shares joy through the art of hula
Mirroring the diversity in mainland U.S.A., Hawaii thrums with a rich mixture of customs. Amidst intermingling cultures however, these islands have managed to preserve one of their ancient Hawaiian traditions: the art of hula. A practitioner of the dance since age three, Kevie Kawasaki, a 20-year-old Hawaiian local studying biology at University of Colorado Denver relates the fulfillment of performing: Continue reading here.
Council for Asian Student Leaders recognizes student involvement
At the University of Colorado Denver, the Council for Asian Student Leaders (CASL) was established as as an organization to help the Asian-American cultural club leaders get together and develop a sense community. Continue reading here.
2011-2013 Miss Hmong Colorado bids farewell
Mai Choua Lee took the stage at the Colorado Hmong New Year Celebration on December 1 to reflect on her two years as Miss Hmong Colorado and give her farewell. Continue reading here.
SASE Club Gaining Leadership Skills
During the years I spent in high school, I considered myself to be a shy and introverted personality. I didn’t participate much in extracurricular activities and clubs. I went about my day like a normal high schooler, with-out much worry of what my future academic career holds. As I entered my freshman year at the University of Colorado Denver, I showed interest in majoring in Chemistry or Biology. I soon started looking into career paths and professional-lab setting jobs to explore my interest. It was all great, but it did not take me long to realize that that my inter-personal skills completely lacked I was constantly looking for opportunities to self improve and learn about the professional world. Continue reading here.