As the African Students Association prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary on Friday, its members reflect on a decade of helping to establish a community for African students on campus while they look ahead to new challenges and opportunities.
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"Bridging Boundaries: Redefining Diaspora” is a collaborative arts expo developed by the African Students Association, Postcrypt Art Gallery, and Art in FLUX in Harlem that connects selected student artists with mentoring Harlem artists.
The African Students Association and the Black Students Organization brought Art in Flux HARLEM to the Malcolm X Lounge for a one-day pop-up gallery.
Kwasi Adi-Dako, who hails from Ghana, dove into a diverse range of activities upon coming to Columbia, participating in everything from the ballroom dance team to Youth for Debate.
Now that the Supreme Court has decided to hear Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, the Grutter and Gratz decisions could be overturned, which Bollinger said could have “major consequences.”
African, African-American, and students of color should work together more.
Thinking I was expanding my experience by moving to New York and Columbia, I have merely traded one homogeneity for another, a trap too many of us fall into and should be wary of on campus.
Apr 18, 2:32pm
Diversity in motion: Dance Theatre of Harlem turns 45—This Harlem institution “devoted to breaking down barriers in ballet” honors its history with an eclectic variety of performances from April 23... Read More
Apr 18, 1:57pm
As part of a series of short interviews featuring individual members of the Varsity Show, Spectrum’s Sally Gao sat down with Lindsay Garber, BC ’16. Lindsay, who transferred to Barnard... Read More
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