AACC Book Club Meeting 1

We’re reading from the literary anthology Go home! ed. Rowan Hisayo Buchanan (2018). Join us on December 2nd, Friday, 8:45-9:45pm for a casual chat about the anthology and which parts of it speak to you.
Feel free to skip around and read as much/little as you’d like, though I recommend taking a took at the Editor’s Note (Rowan Hisayo Buchanan) and Foreword (Viet Thanh Nguyen).

AACC Winter Party

Come on by and join us at our annual AACC Winter Party this December 2nd from 6:30 - 8:30 PM to celebrate the holidays with your best pals and hang out with the cheery AACC staff. Beyond the good company and delicious food, be thrilled by the First-Year AACC Gingerbread House-Making Competition, sing a song on the karaoke machine, or play a match in Super Smash Bros! Don’t miss out on this once-a-year occasion!
See Yale Connect registration page for location.

Senior Stories: Kelly and Priya

Join us for our AACC Senior Stories series! We’ll get to know each other in a more intimate setting, cherish the diversity of experiences in our community, and of course, celebrate our seniors.
Kelly’s and Priya’s senior stories will take place on Friday, December 2nd from 5-6 pm both in-person and on Zoom. There’ll be yummy Asian snacks :)

Dumplings & Dialogue with Dean Pericles Lewis

Join us at the AACC for an opportunity to meet with Yale College Dean, Pericles Lewis in a cozy setting. You’ll have an opportunity to learn more about who Dean Lewis is, what his plans are as the new Yale College Dean, and also share your experiences as a Yale College student while enjoying a variety of delicious hot dumplings and other food. Priority will be given to Yale College students.
Location can be found on Yale Connect registration page.

Media & Munch Club (Session 2: Small Bites and Soundbytes)

Let’s talk about what we consume! Join us for snacks & chats on media that portray AAPI+MENA people and stories!
In this second session, we’ll be exploring clips of podcasts created by the AAPI+MENA community. We hope to discuss these following themes (not set in stone yet): identity, anti-Asian hate, the Filipino American diaspora, and Indigenous politics in Hawaii in intersection with environmental justice.

AACC Movie Night

Come watch the Wedding Banquet dir. Ang Lee (1993), a romcom that touches on family, queer love, trans-Pacific cultural encounters, and more!
Location can be found on Yale Connect registration page.

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