Awesome Events Happening 5/1-5/3!

As the year winds down, here's a list of upcoming events to close out the school year: 1. AAMP ONLY: Dine with AAMP's Very Own Sefa! Time: TODAY, 5/1 6-7:30 pm Place: SCC 217 2. Life on Four Strings: A Documentary Screening Time: TODAY, 5/1 7-9 pm Place: SCC 240 Description: The AARC Arts Committee … Continue reading Awesome Events Happening 5/1-5/3!

Announcing API Commencement – 2014

Dear friends, You are cordially invited to the 27th Annual Asian Pacific Islander Commencement Ceremony at Pomona College. We will be having a light dinner and program in celebration of the senior class’ accomplishments and their outstanding service to the Claremont Colleges community. The event is on Friday, May 2nd in Dom's Lounge, Smith Campus … Continue reading Announcing API Commencement – 2014

Q&A Event Recap: Kai Davis

On Saturday January 25th, Kai Davis--a slam poet with the Philly Youth Poetry Movement--took a break from the chilly East Coast weather to visit Claremont. Kai, who won finals at the 2011 Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival as a part of Team Philly, is raw and expressive. As a queer woman of … Continue reading Q&A Event Recap: Kai Davis

Reflection on Ruth Vanita’s Visit

On Tuesday, February 11, the AARC partnered with the CMC President's Office, the CMC Religious Studies Department, and the Center for Human Rights Leadership in order to bring Indian academic and activist Ruth Vanita to the Claremont Colleges. She met with students for lunch at Collins, and in the afternoon she gave a spectacular talk … Continue reading Reflection on Ruth Vanita’s Visit

Upcoming Events!

Desi Table with Aakash Kishore! April 4th, 6:00pm-7:00pm at the AARC Come join us for an informal dinner with Pomona Alumnus Aakash, who will be talking about his experiences at Pomona as a trans South Asian person and his post grad experiences! "Undocumented and Unafraid: The Immigrant Rights and Immigrant Youth Movement" with Anthony Ng … Continue reading Upcoming Events!

Apply to the Asian American Resource Center (AARC)!

Apply to be an Intern at the Asian American Resource Center (AARC)! • Engage students, faculty, and staff about Asian American issues, • Produce resources relevant to the changing demographics and experiences of being Asian Pacific Islander, & • Serve marginalized communities   Link to apply:   Applications are due Wed., March 6, 5pm. For more information, contact