Georgetown AASA

Georgetown AASA Georgetown's Asian American Student Association (AASA) promotes and provides cultural and political awareness within the University and local community.

Founded in 1996, the Asian American Student Association (AASA) is a political, educational, and cultural organization that aims to serve the Asian American community at Georgetown University. AASA acts as a platform through which those who are interested in Asian American affairs can exchange ideas and experiences. Through our events and programs, we hope to explore the Asian American narrative, examine issues facing the Asian American community today, and cultivate an understanding of our collective–but non-homogenous–experiences and identities as Asian Americans. To this end, AASA is organized into three committees, through which new members can get involved: Programming Committee, Political Awareness Committee, and Professional Development Initiative. We host a variety of social events for general body members and those interested in being a part of our family as well. AASA also seeks to provide outreach to the Asian American community beyond Georgetown, partner with local organizations that advocate for the civil rights of Asian Americans, and build coalitions with other Asian affinity and minority organizations at Georgetown. This articles on this page do not represent the stance of AASA as an organization. Articles shared on this page intend to bring awareness to multiple perspectives on sociopolitical issues in the AAPI community. AASA welcomes and in fact implores discourse on controversial issues such as this.

"Beyond 'Your Best American Girl,' much of Puberty 2 is evocative of classic Americana; gazing at a secret lover through...
02/19/2020
Surface vs. Tension in Mitski's New Album

"Beyond 'Your Best American Girl,' much of Puberty 2 is evocative of classic Americana; gazing at a secret lover through a rearview window, the lilting 60s-era style of Timi Yuro and Bernadette Carroll in “Once More to See You,” fireworks filling the sky on a warm summer’s evening. But embedded in each of these images is the repeated reminder that Mitski’s participation in this culture is at best marginal, and at worst destructive." — Emma Trone

by Emma Trone On Mitksi’s fourth studio album, Puberty 2, critical favorite “Your Best American Girl” is a standout in part because it’s the rare, empowering, Mitski song. While the seething anger …

AASA Board 2019-20 ✨Find us on Instagram @georgetownaasa!PC: Mikko Castaño
02/11/2020

AASA Board 2019-20 ✨
Find us on Instagram @georgetownaasa!

PC: Mikko Castaño

Georgetown Asian-Pacific Islander Leadership Forum
12/22/2019
Georgetown Asian-Pacific Islander Leadership Forum

Georgetown Asian-Pacific Islander Leadership Forum

CALLING ALL GRADUATING SENIORS: As part of graduation festivities, we wanted to remind you all of the Multicultural Graduations (registration is officially OPEN).

Asian Heritage Ceremony celebrates the achievements of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) graduates and allies of the Georgetown University AAPI community. It aims to recognize the achievements of the graduates, and celebrate the cultures and legacies that shaped their journeys here on the Hilltop.

When: 14 May, 2020
Location: ICC Auditorium
Time: 6:00-7:00PM

Register here:
https://forms.gle/guiueCQfHbjWcnLG7

The Corp
12/20/2019

The Corp

Today is the last day of the Swipe it Forward Food Drive! Even though Vital Vittles is closed, you can still use your flex to purchase goods for the Hoya Hub and donate at the following link until midnight tonight: http://Bit.ly/CorpInterhallSIF

Remember, flex doesn't transfer over to next semester – if you don't use it, it's gone!

Georgetown Asian-Pacific Islander Leadership Forum
12/12/2019
Georgetown Asian-Pacific Islander Leadership Forum

Georgetown Asian-Pacific Islander Leadership Forum

Please consider making a donation to raise funds to build Dharmalaya: a designated space for Hindu, Jain, Buddhist, and Sikh workship that would be the first of its kind at a Catholic institution. The purpose of the space is to educate, enliven, and empower our many students to understand and learn about Santana Dharmas.

You can donate here: https://securelb.imodules.com/s/1686/alumni/giving.aspx…
Remember to type "Dharmalaya/
Dharmic Life" in the box labeled "Other Designation"

If you have more questions about donations or would like to make a donation in name of a friend or loved one, please email Dharmic Life at [email protected].

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year from the AASA Board!We'll see you at our study break with MOSAIC this tuesday and then...
12/08/2019

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year from the AASA Board!

We'll see you at our study break with MOSAIC this tuesday and then again in 2020!

Peace, Love, AASA,

Georgetown AASA's cover photo
12/08/2019

Georgetown AASA's cover photo

"The pan-Asian identity emerged from these artists is one of strength and pride. This representation shows their potenti...
12/06/2019
The Rise of 88rising

"The pan-Asian identity emerged from these artists is one of strength and pride. This representation shows their potential to be a powerful mobilizing force for the Asian American community and to engage in the larger questions of belonging and prosperity."

- Judy Jiang

by Judy Jiang The American music industry has been so influential that you might find a store in China playing Ariana Grande’s “Thank You, Next.” Meanwhile, regardless of the broad Asian audience w…

The Hoya
11/24/2019
The Hoya

The Hoya

In an event titled “Detained in China: One Year Later, What Can We Do?”, students discussed ways to help Victor Liu (COL ’21) return to the United States after Chinese authorities barred him and his sister from leaving China.

"This narrative is both flawed and dangerous because it shifts focus away from the fact that the higher education system...
11/15/2019
An Asian American Perspective on Affirmative Action and Legacy Admissions

"This narrative is both flawed and dangerous because it shifts focus away from the fact that the higher education system is stacked against all minority and low-income Americans––black, Latinx, or Asian American––due to institutions like legacy preferences that seek to propagate existing social hierarchies." - Darren Jian

by Darren Jian One of the most high-profile legal cases in higher education today is Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard, the lawsuit alleging that Harvard University unconstitutionally engages…

Georgetown University Student Association - GUSA
11/14/2019

Georgetown University Student Association - GUSA

Statement from the Francis-Olvera Administration Calling for Action by the US Government On Behalf of Victor and Cynthia Liu.

To learn more about what to do and how you can help, please attend Georgetown AASA's event on Sunday, November 17th in the Arrupe Multipurpose Room at 5:30 PM.

https://www.facebook.com/events/843330792736225/

Asian Diversity Dialogue Conference
11/12/2019

Asian Diversity Dialogue Conference

Asian Diversity Dialogue Conference

Thank you to everyone who attended Fall Ball! Special Thanks to: AASA Programming Committee, our MCs David & Leina, & th...
11/11/2019

Thank you to everyone who attended Fall Ball!

Special Thanks to: AASA Programming Committee, our MCs David & Leina, & the AASA Board for their support!

Feel free to tag whoever's in the photos if you want them to see it!

EDIT: So sorry for the delay for the rest of the photos!!! It's worth the wait though ;))

Thank you to everyone who attended Fall Ball!

Special Thanks to: AASA Programming Committee, our MCs David & Leina, & the AASA Board for their support!

Feel free to tag whoever's in the photos if you want them to see it!

EDIT: So sorry for the delay for the rest of the photos!!! It's worth the wait though ;))

Thank you to everyone who attended Fall Ball! Special Thanks to: AASA Programming Committee, our MCs David & Leina, & th...
11/11/2019

Thank you to everyone who attended Fall Ball!

Special Thanks to: AASA Programming Committee, our MCs David & Leina, & the AASA Board for their support!

Feel free to tag whoever's in the photos if you want them to see it!

EDIT: So sorry for the delay for the rest of the photos!!! It's worth the wait though ;))

Thank you to everyone who attended Fall Ball!

Special Thanks to: AASA Programming Committee, our MCs David & Leina, & the AASA Board for their support!

Feel free to tag whoever's in the photos if you want them to see it!

EDIT: So sorry for the delay for the rest of the photos!!! It's worth the wait though ;))

Meet two of our panelists: Linda Akutagawa & Christine Chen!Linda Akutagawa is the President and CEO of LEAP (Leadership...
11/09/2019

Meet two of our panelists: Linda Akutagawa & Christine Chen!

Linda Akutagawa is the President and CEO of LEAP (Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics), an organization committed to achieving full participation and equality for AAPI through leadership, empowerment, and policy. A passionate social entrepreneur for over 25 years and beneficiary of LEAP’s leadership programming, Ms. Akutagawa is an advocate for diversity and believer in the value and urgent need for diverse, equitable, and inclusive leadership.

Christine Chen is the founding executive director of APIAVote and served as the national director of the Organization of Chinese Americans, one of the leading APIA civil rights organizations in the country. Her work of mobilizing civic participation for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders has contributed to her status as a trusted coalition builder and leader of change. Profiled by Newsweek magazine in 2001 as one of 15 women who will shape America’s new century, she is one of the strongest voices of the APIA community.

Meet two of our panelists: Jane Liu & Shabab Mirza!Jane Liu is the legal director for NAPAWF and a second generation Tai...
11/08/2019

Meet two of our panelists: Jane Liu & Shabab Mirza!

Jane Liu is the legal director for NAPAWF and a second generation Taiwanese-Japanese Asian American. She has extensive experience in litigation of class actions in state and federal courts, including class actions on behalf of Medicaid recipients seeking to enforce their rights under the Constitution and federal Medicaid law. Prior to joining NAPAWF, she was a partner at Terris, Pravlik & Millian, LLP, a public interest law firm in Washington, DC, and has argued before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit

Shabab Mirza is a research assistant for the LGBT Research and Communications Project, where she works on homelessness and housing policy; data collection on sexual orientation and gender identity; and the impact of anti-LGBTQ discrimination. Prior to joining American Progress, she worked at the National Center for Transgender Equality and was a Young Leaders Institute fellow at South Asian Americans Leading Together.

Meet two of our panelists: Noobtsaa Philip Vang & Tim Hwang!Noobtsaa Philip Vang is an MBA graduate of the Georgetown Mc...
11/08/2019

Meet two of our panelists: Noobtsaa Philip Vang & Tim Hwang!

Noobtsaa Philip Vang is an MBA graduate of the Georgetown McDonough School of Business. Growing up as a Hmong American, he grew to appreciate his culture’s cuisine, while at the same time seeing the barriers to sustainable income generation for his community as immigrants. To address this issue, he founded Foodhini, a social enterprise focused on creating sustainable income generation opportunities for marginalized immigrant communities through food commerce.

Tim Hwang is the founder and CEO of FiscalNote, a government relationship management platform that uses AI, analytics, and natural language processing to help global organizations take control of their government risk and automate the law. He began his career in the Obama ‘08 campaign and has been profiled in Forbes 30 Under 30, CNN’s Top 10 Startups, Business Insiders Top 25 Hottest Startups.

Today, we are excited to introduce one of our speakers: Hemal Vaidya!Hemal Vaidya is the Strategy & Operations Principal...
11/07/2019

Today, we are excited to introduce one of our speakers: Hemal Vaidya!

Hemal Vaidya is the Strategy & Operations Principal at Deloitte Consulting LLP with experience in public relations and government administration. In his 14 years serving the U.S. Departments of Health, Defense, Homeland Security, and State, he has provided advisory services in marketing alignment, strategy and segmentation, trade promotion, emerging marketing models, and data integration. As a veteran in his field, he is well-versed in adapting to change.

Today, we are excited to introduce one of our speakers: Madalene Xuan-Trang Mielke!Madalene Xuan-Trang Mielke is the Pre...
11/06/2019

Today, we are excited to introduce one of our speakers: Madalene Xuan-Trang Mielke!

Madalene Xuan-Trang Mielke is the President & CEO of the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS) as well as the Founder and Principal of Arum Group, LLC. She brings more than 20 years of experience working in political campaigns, having worked at the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and served as a Regional Field Director on the Clinton/Gore Coordinated ’96 campaign. Mielke specializes in political/non-profit fundraising and political training.

11/05/2019

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Today, we are excited to introduce one of our speakers: Shizu Okusa!Shizu Okusa is the founder and CEO of JRINK Juicery ...
11/05/2019

Today, we are excited to introduce one of our speakers: Shizu Okusa!

Shizu Okusa is the founder and CEO of JRINK Juicery and the founder of Apothecary, the second brand under parent company Wellthy & Co. Within one year of starting out out, JRINK opened up four locations, an ecommerce site and delivery service. A former Goldman Sachs executive turned yoga instructor and wellness company founder, Okusa is a true entrepreneur defining her own success and building for the future.

🥳 AASA is popping OFF this month in honor of APIHM 🥳Join us for our events this month! 🍁 AASA x &Pizza - Fam Runs🍁 API H...
11/04/2019

🥳 AASA is popping OFF this month in honor of APIHM 🥳

Join us for our events this month!
🍁 AASA x &Pizza - Fam Runs
🍁 API Heritage Dinner
🍁 Hoyas For Immigrant Rights WALKOUT
🍁 Crazy Fall Ball*
🍁 Asian Diversity Dialogue Conference*
🍁 Storytelling Circle #2
🍁 Activism in Asian & Black Communities
🍁 GBM #3: Paint & Sip Boba!

Events with a * indicate ticketed events
😍Fall ball tickets are on available from 11-3 in leavey😍
🤩ADD Conference tickets are available at bit.ly/addconf2019 🤩
😍 Last day to order your aasa shirt is NOVEMBER 11, get yours at tinyurl.com/AASAshirtorders2019 😍

😈HAPPY API HERITAGE MONTH AND WE’LL SEE YALL SOON😈

Peace, love, AASA,
The Board💕

UH OHHHH back again 👿Happy spooky season!🤪🤪Here are our events for this month!🥳 10/20 - Asian American Screenwriting 101...
10/17/2019

UH OHHHH back again 👿

Happy spooky season!🤪🤪

Here are our events for this month!
🥳 10/20 - Asian American Screenwriting 101
🥳10/25 - Storytelling Circle: Imposter Syndrome
🥳10/27 - GBM #2: Spooky Season
🥳10/27 - Train to Busan: Movie Screening
🥳Every weekend - grab your friends and take an Uber to Freer or Sackler museum! AASA will reimburse yourself uber!

We can’t wait to see you at an event soon🤩

Lots of love,
AASA Board 19-20🥰

Since 1988, Filipino American History Month has been celebrated during October in the United States. Originally institut...
10/02/2019

Since 1988, Filipino American History Month has been celebrated during October in the United States. Originally instituted by the Filipino American National Historical Society, the month was officially designated via a resolution through Congress in 2009.

AASA would like to wish a Happy Filipino American History Month to all of our members!

Photographer: Maya Archer
10/01/2019

Photographer: Maya Archer

Photographer: Maya Archer

Georgetown Asian-Pacific Islander Leadership Forum
09/22/2019

Georgetown Asian-Pacific Islander Leadership Forum

Reminder: the Asian American HOME has open hours and free snacks Friday, September 27th from 3-5PM and Sunday, September 29th from 1-3PM. To celebrate National Voter Registration Day, HOME residents, APILF, and Georgetown AASA's Political Awareness Committee (PAC) will be helping students register to vote during open hours next week!

The Asian American electorate continues to grow, and we will play increasingly significant roles in local, state, and national elections.

Please send accessibility requests to [email protected]. The HOME has a set of steps leading up to the front door, and we have a no shoe policy.

Georgetown Asian-Pacific Islander Leadership Forum
09/17/2019
Georgetown Asian-Pacific Islander Leadership Forum

Georgetown Asian-Pacific Islander Leadership Forum

CW: rape, interpersonal violence

This week, Georgetown University is hosting a closed event featuring Sunil Ambekar, the National Organizing Secretary of India's Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP). The ABVP is the student wing of of the Hindu nationalist organization Rashtriya Swayamsevak Singh (RSS) and is known for utilizing intimidation techniques and inciting violence in colleges to silence their non-Hindu classmates. The US Commission on International Religious Freedom has even condemned the organization for inciting violence in its 2019 report.

Georgetown's lack of transparency regarding the event, as well as its decision to provide a platform to violence no matter how small the scale, is disturbing and contradicts our Jesuit values of faith and justice. Please share and sign this call to action (https://tinyurl.com/y2kncjm3), written by Sonali Mirpuri and endorsed by APILF's South Asian Working Group (SAWG). We demand that the university re-examine its academic partnerships and associations with cruel, unjust causes.

Happy #LatinxHeritageMonth AASA is happy to celebrate Latinx  Heritage Month. AASA celebrates the culture and contributi...
09/16/2019

Happy #LatinxHeritageMonth
AASA is happy to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month. AASA celebrates the culture and contributions of Latinx leaders and change makers to our communities and across the world.

We are proud to and will continue to stand with the Latinx community today and every day.

Missed our Welcome GBM?No worries! Attached below you'll find our welcome powerpoint and key dates!Key Dates & Links:AAS...
09/08/2019
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Missed our Welcome GBM?

No worries! Attached below you'll find our welcome powerpoint and key dates!

Key Dates & Links:
AASA Freshman Representative App: bit.ly/aasafreshrep19 due by 09.14 @ 11:59 PM

AASA Littles Interest Form: bit.ly/aasalils19 due by 09.14 @ 11:59 PM

AASA Committee Interest Form: bit.ly/aasacommsf19 due by 09.18 @ 11:59 PM

Link to info session ppt: http://bit.ly/gbmf19

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07/23/2019

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06/24/2019

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06/06/2019
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Stop violations of disability rights and support independent living

Relive Asiafest 2019 with our performers for the second time!!! Photocredits to Keenan Samway!
05/11/2019

Relive Asiafest 2019 with our performers for the second time!!! Photocredits to Keenan Samway!

Relive Asiafest 2019 with our performers for the second time!!! Photocredits to Keenan Samway!

We hope everyone has a safe Georgetown Day! Please take a look at Georgetown United Against Police Aggression's great gr...
04/26/2019

We hope everyone has a safe Georgetown Day! Please take a look at Georgetown United Against Police Aggression's great graphics about how to stay safe tomorrow while having fun!

Here’s your Georgetown Day Safety Kit! Please share with your friends! Have a safe and fun day tomorrow!!

Thanks to everyone for coming to and/or performing in Asiafest this past weekend— hope everyone had a great time! Tag yo...
04/11/2019

Thanks to everyone for coming to and/or performing in Asiafest this past weekend— hope everyone had a great time! Tag yourself and your friends! These (blurry) photos were taken by @Ana Popovich, but there will be more photos soon!

Thanks to everyone for coming to and/or performing in Asiafest this past weekend— hope everyone had a great time! Tag yourself and your friends! These (blurry) photos were taken by @Ana Popovich, but there will be more photos soon!

AASA Board Interest forms are due TONIGHT @ 11:59 PM! Don't miss out on your chance to join the best board on The Hillto...
04/10/2019
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Founded in 1996, the Asian American Student Association (AASA) is a political, educational, and cultural organization that aims to serve the Asian American community at Georgetown University. AASA acts as a platform through which those who are interested in Asian American affairs can exchange ideas and experiences. Through our events and programs, we hope to explore the Asian American narrative, examine issues facing the Asian American community today, and cultivate an understanding of our collective–but non-homogenous–experiences and identities as Asian Americans. To this end, AASA is organized into three committees through which new members can get involved: Programming Committee, Political Awareness Committee, and Professional Development Initiative. We host a variety of social events for general body members and those interested in being a part of our family system as well. AASA also seeks to provide outreach to the Asian American community beyond Georgetown, partner with local organizations that advocate for the civil rights of Asian Americans, and build coalitions with other Asian affinity and minority organizations at Georgetown. This articles on this page do not represent the stance of AASA as an organization. Articles shared on this page are intended to bring awareness to multiple perspectives on sociopolitical issues in the AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) community. AASA welcomes and in fact encourages discourse on controversial issues such as the ones mentioned in articles that may be found on this page.

AASA welcomes anyone and all persons who identify as Asian American, Asian-International, Pacific Islander, or of Mixed Heritage. We define Asian to include East, Southeast, Southwest, South, Central, and Western Asians. Additionally, anyone interested in Asian or Asian American culture is welcomed to join.

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