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Asian American Student Services


 Event Programs for Fall 2019

 

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 Council of Asian Student Leaders (CASL)

 Knith for Warmth Series

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 Food for Thought Series

​A monthly discussion series that help students become more culturally aware or themselves as well as other cultures. 

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Past Events

Empowerment Now 

Continuing to Challenge the Model Minority Myth 

Asian American Issues 

How Japanese History & Anime Industry Affect Asian Women 

Power Through Voting

Hawai'i & Indegenious Rights

The Korean Penisula Politics

Remembering the LA Riots of 1992​


 

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 Intercultural Engagement Certificate

 
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 Community Events



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 Asian American Graduation & Award ceremony

Congratulations on this major milestone! In honor of their accomplishment, students were invited to the Asian American Student Services (AASS) and Council of Asian Student Leaders (CASL) End of the Semester and Graduation Award Ceremony. 

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Past Events

2019 Spring Graduation Ceremony

2018 Fall Graduation Celebration

2018 Fall Graduation Celebration

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 Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month


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Also known as CelebrAsian, AASS holds and coordinates several events on campus in honor or Asian American and Pacific Islander Month (May)! 

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Asian Pacific Heritage month is a celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. Asian-Pacific encompasses all of the Asian Continent and the various Pacific Islands.

In June of 1977, a congressional bill was introduced to that called upon the President to proclaim the first ten days of May as Asian Pacific-Heritage Week. Then following month, a similar bill was introduced to the Senate. Both of them were passed. On October 5, 1978, President Jimmy Carter signed a Joint Resolution designating the annual celebration. George H.W. Bush signed an extension, making the week-long celebration into a month-long celebration twelve years later. In 1992, the official designation of May as Asian-Pacific Heritage Month was signed into law.

The celebration is set in the month of May to commemorate the immigration of the first Japanese to the U.S on May 7, 1843, and also to mark the anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad on May 10, 1869, where a majority of those who laid the tracks were Chinese immigrants. 

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 Asian American Issues Through the Lens Series

Join us as we watch excepts of films by Asian Americans or about Asian American Issues, followed by a facilicated discussion. 


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Past Events

First, They Killed My Father​

The Chinese Exclutions Act

A Day Of Remembrace

Film & Disscussion​​​

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