AAPI representation isn’t talked about as much as it should be. A panel brought together by SMU explores how we can enable these students by using efficient resources and making changes on campus.
SMU Professors say recent federal anti-Chinese espionage initiatives unfairly target Asian professors for little more than their ethnicity.
Tom Huang, the current Assistant Managing Editor for Journalism Initiatives at The Dallas Morning News, sits down for a Q&A with The Daily Campus on overcoming race-related obstacles in the workplace and what emerging Asian American journalists should expect as they enter journalism. Huang is a first-generation Chinese-American, and one of the DMN’s most successful journalists.
Steven Lim shares his stories and future goals with the Asian Council Student Association at an event hosted by the Korean Student Association at SMU on Friday, Oct. 29.
After the recent hate crimes, attacks and discrimination AAPIs have been facing, SMU Dedman held a webinar as a call for action to stop Asian hate and to increase understanding about the roots of racism and xenophobia.
In response to the recent shootings in Georgia, as well as the rise of anti-Asian violence across the U.S., the SMU Association of Asian and Pacific American Scholars and Allies calls on the community to stand in solidarity with the AAPI community.