RSO FEATURE OF THE WEEK: Alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority at University of Washington
Alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, International Sorority, Inc. fosters the making of successful leaders by assisting and challenging our members to reach their maximum potential. We strive to maintain the highest levels of integrity and innovation in the promotion of sisterhood, philanthropy, scholastic excellence, and Asian-Awareness in the community while creating lifelong relationships.
Interesting Fact: alpha Kappa Delta Phi International Sorority, Inc. is the first, largest, and ONLY international Asian-interest sorority. We are 48 chapters strong and growing!
RSO FEATURE OF THE WEEK: The Fraternity of Zeta Kappa Epsilon at University of Washington
The Fraternity of Zeta Kappa Epsilon seeks to create unique, collegiate, and fraternal experiences through its focus on Asian American society, community involvement, academic achievement and the development of a strong brotherhood. Zeta Kappa Epsilon is a Fraternity that seeks to provide its Brothers with the opportunity to develop skills and values that will allow them not only to thrive in the university setting, but in the challenges they will face throughout their lives. With a focus on Asian American interests, Brothers will not only reap the benefits of a university fraternal experience, but they will also become immersed in the tradition and promotion of a unique culture.
Who is Vincent Chin? How does racial profiling affect the Asian community? Chin’s death ignited the Asian American civil rights movement, why?
-Spoken Word Performance by Troy Osaki
-Documentary of Vincent Who?
-Facilitated discussion led by Asian Coalition for Equality (ACE)
Time: Wednesday, March 5th, 2014 5:30-7:00PM
Location: North Allen Library Auditorium
FB Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/519846728121375/?ref=22
This Tuesday, February 11th at 4:30PM in the Ethnic Cultural Center
What is advocacy? Are you interested and want to learn how you can be an advocate and advocate for your community? Come join ASUW ASC and PISC with the Washington State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs for a workshop to empower your voice through politics.
-Be trained on Washington State’s political process
-Learn how to be an effective lobbyist
FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/190978914445747/
The Talent Show started in 1989 to showcase the many talents, cultures, and interests of the Asian/Asian American community at the University of Washington. This year, 12 acts are determine to convince you why they deserve to win the $500 grand prize–you won’t want to miss this! Admission is FREE and open to the public so invite your family and friends, the event is on Friday, February 21st.
THE NIGHT MARKET
5:00-6:30 PM outside Kane Hall
Looking for a small bite to eat before the show? RSOs are fundraising by selling snacks, drinks, desserts, and more – please bring cash!
THE TALENT SHOW
7:00-9:30 PM @ KANE 130
Emcees: brothers from Pi Alpha Pi Fraternity, Minh Nguyen & Jimmy Nguyen
Tomomi Omata (Japanese Student Association)
Daniel Lew, Gail Letrondo (Filipino American Student Association)
Dancing Under Influence (Korean Student Association)
UW DangeRAAS Dawgs
Michelle Lee, Alyssa Trinh (Myanmar Student Association)
UW Awaaz (Indian Student Association)
Sigma Step/Stroll Team (Sigma Psi Zeta)
Unleashed! (alpha Kappa Delta Phi)
UW Bollywood Kahaani Dance Team (Indian Student Association)
Hana B (Korean Student Union)
Sayaw Dance Troupe (Filipino American Student Association)
Srira-Cha-Cha (Chinese Student Association)
Questions? Comments? Contact ASC Director Tony Vo at email@example.com.
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Interested in learning about why many Asian American professionals have struggled in moving up the corporate ladder? Come out and join us in Paccar Hall – Deloitte Commons, where you can not only learn the current issues in the work place for Asian/Asian American professionals, but also learn how to network efficiently! Presented by the ASUW Asian Student Commission, National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) – UW, and the Asian Business Student Association (ABSA)
Time: Feb 5th, 6:30-9:30pm
Locatoin: Paccar Hall – Deloitte common, Refreshments provided!
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