PULLMAN, Wash. — Asian Pacific American Awareness Month activities
continue at Washington State University with a workshop on the Korean War.
The theme for the month, the fourth annual such event at the university, is
“Celebrating Our Heritage Towards the New Millennium.”
Presented by the Korean American Student Coalition, the Korean War
“SA-I-GU” workshop takes place from 7-9 p.m. on April 6 in the Asian
American/Pacific Islander Student Center, Room 104 of the Multicultural
Center, near Daggy Hall.
Other activities during the month include:
— April 7, noon-1 p.m., the WSU Asian Pacific American Student Coalition
presents Twisted Minds, a musical group, performing on Terrell Mall.
— April 10, 7 p.m., the WSU Khmer Student Organization shows “The Killing
Fields,” a motion picture, in the CUB Auditorium.
— April 13, 7 p.m., the motion picture “American Sons” will be shown as part of
the WSU comparative American cultures film series in Wilson Hall, Room 3.
— April 13, 7 p.m., International Night, presented by the Korean American
Student Association, will be held at the CUB Auditorium.
— April 15, 6 p.m., Hui Hau’oli O Hawai’i, WSU’s Hawaiian club, presents its
annual luau. The theme is “2000 Years of Hawaii’s History.” It will be held in
Pullman’s Lincoln Middle School gymnasium.
— April 19, 6 p.m., Filipino Culture Night, presented by FASA/Filipino
American Student Association, will be held in the Stephenson residential
— April 19-21, an Asian American/Pacific Islander-sponsored conference,
“Shaping High School Asian Pacific Islanders for the Next Generation,” will be
held in the CUB.
— April 20, 7 p.m., the Los Angeles-based Asian American performing theatre
ensemble Here and Now will perform in the CUB Auditorium.
— April 22, 7 p.m., the Asian Pacific American Awareness Month closing
banquet will be held in the CUB Cascade Room.
For additional information, contact the Asian American/Pacific Islander
Student Center, 509/335-1986.