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ECAASU Reflections: Andrew Mayton

So I have to be up front: I didn’t get to see much of the conference. I wanted to. There were some workshops I’m still mad at myself for missing. 561 more words

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To follow the journey is to become one with it.

To follow the journey is to become one with it.

We grow, we live, we are reborn. Fulfillment is the driver of beauty.

Hope is a constant. 174 more words


ECAASU Reflections: Carly Cheng

Hi there,

About 2 months ago, I went to the ECAASU conference, my very first Asian Pacific American conference. ECAASU was definitely a one of a kind experience for me. 491 more words

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DisOrient Film Festival 2014

Film festival season is upon us. With the dawning of spring comes the worldwide exhibition of cinema and the festivities surrounding the subject. It’s the peak of cinema fanatic activity and is the time for appreciation, discourse and absorption of independent and culturally provocative film art. 585 more words


[M] Millicent Min, Girl Genius by Lisa Yee

(This was first written for my Materials for Tweens class.)

Eleven-and-a-half-year-old high schooler Millicent Min might be a genius, but she’s no good at making friends. 131 more words


ECAASU Reflections: Krystle Canare

ECAASU Conference 2014: Mission IGNITION | Champion your Cause

My cause? To help you make an effect.

Leadership is difficult.  It’s difficult to rally people behind you when you, yourself, are sometimes unsure of whether or not your vision is the best fit for the group. 404 more words

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