Author Archives: csuapacc

Q&A: What Does Being Multiracial, or “Hapa” Mean To Us?

Definition of Mixed Race: “Denoting or relating to people whose parents or ancestors are from different ethnic backgrounds” (Oxford English dictionary). “Hapa” stands for “half Asian, part American” or “half American, part Asian.” Keiko is a first year Liberal Arts major … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

History of Japanese Internment Camps: Korematsu v. United States

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” –George Santayana, philosopher and novelist. In such times as these, a turbulent political climate and protests happening seemingly everyday, it is important to remember and reflect on the injustices that … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Some Black and White on Fifty Shades of Grey

This weekend, this piece came across our radar: http://www.themarysue.com/i-dated-christian-grey/ This post detailed one of the elements of the new film Fifty Shades of Grey that many viewers and critics find troubling: the normalization of abuse.  We recommend anyone interested in reading some … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

5 Inventions from Japan you didn’t Know Existed

Do you sometimes feel bored sitting on the toilet? A Japanese author recommends you read a passage or two from his scary novel “The Drop – Horror Novel Toilet”. This toilet paper will definitely keep you on the edge of … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Linsanity Documentary

Linsanity have you seen it yet?!?!??! Well frankly, I haven’t either. Thus far the documentary has been doing really well on the independent film circuit. With a modest $99.5k at the box office and an 85% audience like on rottentomatoes.com … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Miss America not American enough?

            On Sunday September 15th the Miss America Pageant crowned Miss New York, Nina Davuluri, as the 2014 Miss America. After her win there was an immediate onslaught of hate speech all over social media. … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Lory Student Center Renovations

Colorado State University (also known as Construction State University) has not gotten tired of renovations quite yet! In May, A/PACC, along with many other offices here in the Lory Student Center, will be moving to the Mac Gym in the … Continue reading

Posted in A/PACC events, CSU Events | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Beautiful Boxer

First off, thank you so much for all of the support that you are giving to us through our Asian Fest events. This April has been packed with great events and we hope that you have enjoyed Asian Fest so … Continue reading

Posted in A/PACC events, CSU Events | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Harry Shum Jr. Comes to Colorado State University for Asian Fest

Hope you are all excited for Harry Shum Jr. to come to Colorado State University. Not only is he in Glee, he was also featured in GQ magazine and People magazine. On Saturday, April 6th, he is visiting CSU to … Continue reading

Posted in A/PACC events, CSU Events | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Amazing Asians

Jessica Cox has set many records and inspired many people. She holds two black-belts in the Taekwondo, earned a pilot’s license to fly a light-sport aircraft in three years, and is a certified scuba diver. Jessica Cox was also born … Continue reading

Posted in A/PACC events, Community Opportunities, CSU Events | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment