Asian Pacific American Resource Center (APARC) Speaker Series Presents: Asian American Resistance and Creative Clap Back featuring Frances Kai-Hwa Wang
Using Asian American stereotypes in the media as an easy and visual entry point into Asian American history, we will examine connections between Asian American media stereotypes, historical anxieties, and what contemporary Asian American creatives are doing to clap back.
Join the Asian Pacific American Resource Center (APARC) for a student workshop presented by Frances Kai-Hwa Wang.
Monday, Feb. 19, 5:30-6:30 p.m., 311 Appleby Hall
Gopher Chauffeur is now available every night of the week — except Sundays — for free rides around campus.
Increased demand last semester for the University of Minnesota’s late-night shuttle, along with a successful Minnesota Student Association resolution, brought the extra nights and 20 newly hired drivers to the service.
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents discussed a potential tuition increase, a new sexual misconduct initiative and institutional risks, among other topics, at its meetings Thursday and Friday.
The meeting Friday was also interrupted by a group voicing opposition to proposed student conduct code changes.
Student Conduct Code
A scheduled vote on the proposed student conduct code amendment was postponed amid criticism from some students and faculty.