Sticky Rice provides a AAPI students with a safe space every Tuesday in the University Student Union, complete with open discussions, activities and snacks.
Students got a taste of five different cultures during Cultural Welcome Week on campus.
Luk-Mattew Phanbandith is the first in his family to graduate and has worked hard for his graduation to be an achievement he can call his own.
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Meet some of the artists featured in “Under the Same Sun,” an exhibition of AAPI art students. Viewing is open 12 – 5 p.m. through Thursday in the East Gatov Gallery on campus.
As one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in California and the United States, the representation of this dynamic demographic is crucial to the community of Long Beach.
“Everything, Everywhere, All at Once” seamlessly spans across genres while tackling difficult topics of identity, mental illness, and the meaning of life.
The deadliest shooting in LA County history took the lives of 11 victims, injuring nine more, in a minority community that has already endured a steep rise in hate crimes since the pandemic.
During Tuesday’s meeting, councilmembers voted to approve the recognition and celebration of the AAPI community during the month of May.
A student’s response to the recent rise in anti-Asian hate crimes.