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Nov 16, 2017 Ξ Comments Off on CSU Sites Petition Against Changes that Threaten Ethnic Studies Program

CSU Sites Petition Against Changes that Threaten Ethnic Studies Program

posted by Sarah Jackson
Cal State Northridge, Asian American Studies

Students in Asian American Studies at Cal State Northridge

By Sarah Jackson
AsAmNews Intern

 
California State University campuses are protesting a revision to Executive Order 1100 which will dissolve ethnic studies courses unless they can be folded into traditional disciplines.

The revision will impact graduation requirements and other interdisciplinary studies, such as gender studies. … Read more

Campus

Nov 14, 2017 Ξ Comments Off on International students in U.S. decline

International students in U.S. decline

posted by Gabi Wy

 

UC Berkeley

Students relax outside Evans Hall at UC Berkeley

New surveys document nearly half of universities reported a drop in new international students this fall, including year-by-year drops in South Korean and Saudi Arabian international students traveling to the U.S., as well as a growth rate decrease in Indian international students enrolling in the U.S.… Read more

Campus

Oct 27, 2017 Ξ Comments Off on Asian Americans’ Image of Mental Resilience Hides Unspoken Stresses

Asian Americans’ Image of Mental Resilience Hides Unspoken Stresses

posted by Randall

Campus tour

By Alexis Anderson

One of the most comprehensive efforts to measure comparable rates of psychiatric disorders among different racial and ethnic groups in the U.S. found that Asian Americans appear to be paragons of stable mental health.

 

Asian Americans have a 2.1 percent lifetime chance of having a generalized anxiety disorder, according to the … Read more

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Sep 18, 2013 Ξ Comments Off on Daily Targum: Why @RutgersU Needs Asian American Studies

Daily Targum: Why @RutgersU Needs Asian American Studies

posted by Randall

RutgersAs Kermit says on Sesame Street, it’s not easy being green.

It’s not easy being a minority either, especially one that can feel invisible.

That’s how Nomin Ujyediin describes her life at Rutgers University.

“It’s not easy being so invisible in your own country. Especially when there is so much history and diversity to counter … Read more

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