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Tag Archives: college
Claremont McKenna College, Asian American Activism, and College Diversity
Claremont McKenna College “My daughter goes to some school called Claremont McKennia…” My parents often chuckle as they reminisce about how embarrassing it was for them to tell people where I went to college, how uncomfortable our Asian family and … Continue reading
Posted in Discrimination, Education Tagged activism, Asian-American, college, diversity, racism Leave a comment
8asians News: 8,000 Chinese Students Expelled from US Schools
As reported in Wall Street Journal, U.S. institutions of higher education expelled an estimated 8,000 students last year for cheating and poor grades.
Posted in Education Tagged chinese students, college, expelling, expulsion, higher education, international students, testing Leave a comment
Asian Associations on American College Campuses
The recent talk at Harvard about being Asian American on college campus made me reflect. During my senior year at Claremont McKenna College, I was the head chair of the Chinese Student Association (CSA), which was a 5-college organization that … Continue reading
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The Self-Segregation Choice
As Asian Americans and Asian Canadians have become more visible on university campuses, they have been accused of self-segregation, occasionally in negative or outrageous ways. In this video, the Fung brothers talk about self-segregation on American college campuses and pros … Continue reading
Posted in Education, Lifestyles Tagged Anthony Antonio, Asian Greeks, Asian-American, college, fung brothers, Juilie Park, self-segregation, Thomas Espenshade 7 Comments
The Role of Asian Greeks Today
The first Asian American fraternity was formed in upstate New York around the time of World War I to combat the racial discrimination that Asian college students faced. Basically, because Asians were excluded from the white people’s clubs, the guys decided … Continue reading
Posted in Entertainment, Lifestyles, Observations Tagged Asian fraternity, Asian Greeks, Asian sorority, college 17 Comments
Another White College Kid Rants About Asians: Is Samuel Hendrickson the New Alexandra Wallace?
UPDATE 3/9/2013 @ 10am: YouTube removed the original video for being hate speech, so I’ve updated the video embed with a mirror from LiveLeak. Thanks to commenter Aishi Yupi for providing the link. UPDATE 3/6/2013 @ 9:30pm Pacific Time: It … Continue reading
Posted in Comedy, Current Events, Discrimination Tagged alexandra wallace, apology, cheap humor, college, ethnic humor, humor, racial intolerance, racism, racist, sam hendrickson, samuel hendrickson, video, videos, vlogging 19 Comments
Asian American Whiz Kid: Moshe Kai Cavalin, 11-year-old college grad
Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy Add this guy to the list of people to watch! Moshe Kai Cavalin, the only son of an Israeli father and a Taiwanese mother, is graduating from East … Continue reading
Posted in Education, Southern California Tagged academics, astrophysics, college, genius, GPA, kids, Model Minority, Moshe Kai Cavalin, whiz kid 4 Comments