Williams SPAM cook-off! (with vegetarian option) click here to go to the facebook event page! On November 10th, six teams of students will showcase their culinary talents by competing in an epic cook-off battle. Students will choose either spam or tofu as their main ingredient, and will be refunded up to $25 for additional ingredients
– Updates from Subgroups and MinCo/Update on screening – General Meeting Review -Topic: How Affirmative Action affects the “Model Minority” -Oct. 23rd, 2012 – Cook-off Planning Update – Planned for Nov. 10th – tentative location: Dodd Kitchen – PR should start next week, sign ups open from Monday to Friday – work out logistics, and
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AASiA hosted the first general meeting of the year. The topic was on affirmative action, and we specifically focused on how affirmative action affects Asian American students of various backgrounds. In the general meeting, there was an open discussion about the Fisher v. Texas Supreme Court case that could potentially terminate race-conscious admission policies,
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Co-chairs: Melinda Wang ’14 and Anna Zhou ’14 Treasurer: Fiona Dang ’15 MinCo Rep: Corbin Chu ’15 General Meeting Coordinators: Frank Zheng ’14, Jamie Baik ’14, Linda Chu ’14 Secretary/Historian: Si Young Mah ’14 PR Rep: Gloria Joo ’15
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Weekly meetings are held in Paresky Room 114 at 5:30 pm every Monday. Everyone is welcome to come! Bring your friends! Visit http://sites.williams.edu/caso/ for Meeting Minutes.
The Chinese American Student Organization is an AASIA subgroup working to promote Asian American awareness. We are a forum of students interested in Chinese culture. Throughout the year, we coordinate events for the student body such as, but not limited to, karaoke nights, movie marathons, Moon Festival, Spring Dinner, and Night Market.