Life for most Vietnamese youth in the U.S. is a “life like dust.” Bui Doi goes inside the mind of Ricky Phan, once a gang leader in Southern California who served eleven years for armed robbery, as he reflects on questions of violence, fleeing from a war-ravaged nation, and trying to survive a new life in the U.S. Directed by Ahrin Mishan and Nick Rothenberg. 1994. 28 minutes.
The second night of Panhellenic Formal Recruitment is all about philanthropy. Come learn more about how the Panhellenic sororities participate in civic engagement.
Preference is the final activity in Formal Recruitment. Participating women can preference the two current Panhellenic sororities: Alpha Sigma Tau and Delta Zeta.
Bid Day is where women find out which organization they will be joining. Participants will receive their bid and join one of the two Panhellenic sororities.
Stop by the Cross Cultural Centers for an exhibit exploring people who identify as both black and Mexican, and how they navigate their daily lives as members of two cultures. Blaxican is a series by Walter Thompson Hernandez that showcases those who identify and embrace their biracial black and Mexican identities.
National Hazing Prevention Week is a program creating awareness for the signs of hazing, its effects, and how it be prevented. Various activities will engage people on social media and work with campus partners to learn more about hazing. Times and locations vary.