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Student Profile: Sina Zhen

Sina was born in China, but raised in Lakewood, Colorado and says her ethnicity has made her more diverse and open-minded. Sina loves CSU because it’s “the only campus that feels like home” and likes A/PACC because it’s “a very … Continue reading

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Hawaiian Food: Community & Culture Intwined

“Hawaiian food especially is a way of bringing community together,” Hawaiian native and CSU freshman Alexis deFries said.  She went on to explain that traditionally the entire community gathered to eat meals together daily. Traditionally, Hawaiians ate 2 meals a … Continue reading

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Student Profile: Meet Sam Payne

Sam is a Colorado native and is of European and Native American descent. He is one of A/PACC‘s regulars and has been coming to the office for 3 1/2 years, ever since engineering friends introduced him to the office his … Continue reading

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Intersectionality

CSU communications professor Eric Aoki discussed  intersectionality to students at a recent A/PACC TEA Time, explaining  people read each other on the basis of numerous variables, which creates a “web of complexity.” He said it is therefore dangerous to believe … Continue reading

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