USC wraps up a month of on-campus events as the national observation of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month begins.
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Leadership Awards will go to Husodo Angkosubroto and Gay Q. Yuen. Pranav Shah and Sean Miura will also be honored.
Rodney To discusses the significance of the big screen comedy Easter Sunday, in which he co-stars with a cast of fellow Filipino Americans.
The piece at the Asian Pacific American Student Services celebrates the countless USC students who have found support and community through the cultural center in the last 40 years.
It’s a historic act of atonement, as the university presents families from around the world diplomas in the names of Japanese American USC students who were forced into detention in 1942.
The commemoration begins a month early so the AAPI community can celebrate before students’ focus shifts to finals and commencement in May.
The contemplative space off Trousdale Parkway commemorates the Japanese American students who were forced into detention centers right after the U.S. entered World War II.
As a tight-knit Burmese community grapples with uncertainty, fear and communication disruptions after a military coup, USC staff and faculty provide support and understanding.
The museum’s “Opening and Closing Weekend” will feature the first — and final — chance to visit an exhibit on identity, migration, race and gender from seven Asian female artists.
Alums Corina Irvin and Ernie Ocampo are serving as Filipino role models, encouraging others to enter professions like commercial real estate and law.