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2005

Asian Heritage Festival: ACH/KSA Skit
April 2nd, 2005




2004

Infuze
Friday, December 17th, 2004
ACH Common Room, 7:00pm
Study break with mochi, music, and black, oolong and green teas

(Organized by: Brian Chung, Laura Kim, Mimi Li, Erin Mariano)

Sushi Bar
Thursday, December 9th, 2004
ACH Common Room, 9:00pm
A huge, delicious sushi bar

(Organized by: Jasmina Cheung-Lau, Meg Dickoff, Lisa Rubinger)

Mongolian Hot Pot
Tuesday, December 7th, 2004
ACH Common Room, 10:00pm
A delicious Mongolian Hot Pot
(Organized by: Yim Logue, Will Murray, Daisuke O)

Suicide Club Movie Screening
Friday, December 3rd, 2004
Fayerweather 115, 8:00pm
Screening of "Suicide Club," with refreshments

(Organized by: Gabrielle Archer, Angela Brown, Jenn Sung, Akita Vaughan)

Asian American Literary Caravan
Thursday, December 2nd, 2004
Fayerweather 117, 4:30pm
3rd annual return of the Asian American Writers' Workshop, with Barbara Tran and Han Ong

(Organized by: Di Shui)

Yellow Rage Coffeehouse
Saturday, November 13th, 2004
Frontroom, Keefe Campus Center, 8:00pm
Open mic, with performance by spoken word group "Yellow Rage"
(Organized by: Marika Hashimoto)


APA Student/Faculty Banquet

Tuesday, November 9th, 2004
Alumni House, 7:00pm
Semiformal dinner to learn about Asian/Pacific/American Studies at Amherst and 5 College APA courses
(Organized by: Jay Buchanan, David Jou, Nadav Klein, Thomas Park)


Boba Tea Night
Friday, October 29th, 2004
2nd Floor Moore, 7:30pm
Make and drink boba tea (bubble tea)
(Organized by: Sang Cha, Tim Cheng, Aeri Cho, Jay Choi, Tom Jablin, Miranda Kim
)

Cracking the Color Lines: Moving Beyond the Black/White Dichotomy
Part 1: Film Screening
Thursday, October 14th, 2004
Fayerweather 115, 7:00pm
Screening of "Romeo Must Die," with discussion and refreshments
Part 2: Discussion
Thursday, October 21st, 2004
The Octagon, 6:30pm
Open discussion of Black and Asian identity and relations, facilitated by faculty, with refreshments
Part 3: Lecture and Multimedia Presentation
Thursday, November 4th, 2004
Fayerweather 115, 7:00pm
Lecture by Prof. Nitasha Sharma on "(South) Asian and Black Identifications and Coalitions Through Hip Hop"
(Organized by: Debby Goan, Bonnie Lin, Christina Ryu)


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