Tag Archive for: asian american
The talent show featured performances from eight student artists at USC.
On Thursday, NPR released a story about the significance of Asian last names in job interviews. According to a study conducted by Ryerson University and the University of Toronto, researchers found that employers inherit a systemic bias against minorities in hiring processes. In particular, they concluded that job applicants with Asian last names (Indian, Pakistani […]
Xia, a senior, examines identity in Hyphenated, his first EP released on Feb. 24.
JESS facilitates language learning and hosts trips to explore L.A.’s neighborhoods.
Last November, I tried coming out to my mom. It didn’t work out. For the past year and a half, I’ve been facing the same dilemma of whether or not I should come out to my family. I’m proud of my sexual orientation, and I’m glad to say that I have people in my life […]
Roots depicts the iconic history of Asian American activism in Los Angeles.
Prominent Asian American figures such as Constance Wu and AJ Rafael appeared.
Ethnic studies courses promote greater cultural awareness and positively bolster ethnic identity.
Writer David Henry Hwang spoke Thursday about the role art has played in his life.