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103, 2014

Chink

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By: Amy Cheng, AASU 2013-2014 Archivist

Chink
is the sound that a hammer hitting a nail makes
as my ancestors build the railroads of the west
Chink
is the sound the cash register makes at my parents restaurant
where they sell dog… food (I had a regular that would order pork lo main for her toy poodle… privileged […]

1302, 2014

Who cares about Asian American advocacy?

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By Alicia Soller, 2013-2014 Multimedia/Webmaster Chair
Some of my friends (and to be honest, some of my family) are really baffled by how and why I care so much about Asian American advocacy.
Is it that much of a mystery?
It’s the fact that a few of my friends call me as “chinky,” and I used to not […]

902, 2014

Filling the Quota: AASU’s Third General Body Meeting

By |February 9th, 2014|Announcements, Blog|Comments Off on Filling the Quota: AASU’s Third General Body Meeting

Affirmative Action.

The two words above have been tossed around in courtrooms and offices for as long as the Kennedy Administration. You might have heard of these terms, but it’s more probable that you haven’t. These words are very important, and in most cases, from the moment you applied for universities, they have impacted your life […]