All posts by "Ashley Truong"

On Monday, October 29th, students gathered in front of Kerckhoff Hall for the “A Day Without an Educated Student of Color” rally to protest a study by UCLA law professor ...

The Center for American Progress released a report on October 1st that found that passage of the DREAM Act would add $329 billion and 1.4 million jobs to the U.S. ...

It began with faded photos of protest marches, people holding signs that said “Asian and Gay,” and ended with a pomegranate held up to the light. This is the story ...

Written by Elaine Lieu The Pearl Harbor Attack was really what Roosevelt made it out to be: “a date which will live in infamy.” Immediately after the attack, President Franklin ...

World War II conjures many words and places to mind: Pearl Harbor, Manzanar, the beach of Normandy, Hiroshima, perhaps even the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, the all-Japanese American team that ...

Note: This quarter, Pacific Ties will be publishing online rather than in a print issue. We decided to focus our articles around war and violence in the API community. This ...

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