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Weekly Update: Taking Time Off From Yale, Life After Yale with Jimmy Lu, AACC Photo Submissions

April 3 – 9, 2017

The AACC Corner - DMoo


The third installment of the AACC Corner is "DMoo" with Derek Mubiru, a sophomore in Saybrook and an outgoing Co-Head Coordinator at the AACC. Derek is thinking about majoring in East Asian Studies. He has been a great leader for all of us here at the house this year, is extremely skilled at peeling oranges, and bears a startling resemblance to Handsome Squidward.
- AACC Social Media Team


I’m sitting here looking out over the Saybrook Stone courtyard from our suite’s third-story window. The sun has just started to break through the hazy clouds, and fleeting bursts of yellow light quickly wash over the flagstones before they’re swallowed up again into the pale gray sky. The brisk jingle of Harkness tower floats in the background. It’s a scene I’ve witnessed countless times at Yale, when I’m lost in my thoughts or taking a momentary reprieve from my studies.
 
Being here now, in this moment, I can’t help but wander back to a question that I’ve asked so many of my friends as the winter is finally fading: how do you feel about your sophomore year – half of your college career – coming to an end? After all, aren’t these supposed to be the best days of our lives? Most of my friends worry that there isn’t enough time left to accomplish and fulfill everything that they wished – genuinely believed, at one point, they could. Some of my friends just shrug, “eh, tis life”. Or “These years have been pretty good, yeah. But not the best, more like part of the best, you know?”  
 
I think there’s plenty of time. And although the years really have been flying by faster and faster (yesterday I had my first serious ruminations about death in a long time, which is silly, I know), I still don’t think that I’ll fall short of my time here at this place. I’ve experienced a lot and have much to experience, I’ve learned so much but will never learn it all. And I’m okay with the fact that I won’t do everything.
 
But if there’s one thing that I’ve learned at Yale, it’s to never tire of trying new things and stepping out of your comfort zone. It’s to sacrifice your GPA (I’m a premed) or really, the meaningless security you derive from your transcript, in order to summon unforgettable experiences. And it’s also to continue living as you are every time those 24 hours start ticking again, taking it one day at a time.

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Taking Time Off From Yale
Date:  Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Time:  7:30pm–8:30pm
Place:  AACC, 295 Crown St.

Have you ever thought about taking time off from Yale? Join us for mango sticky rice and an unstructured conversation about taking a gap semester or year from school. Yalies who have taken time off will share their personal experiences and answer questions. The rest of the conversation will be dedicated to reasons for taking time off, how to leave, what to do during a gap semester or year, reintegrating back to Yale life, general mental health at Yale, and more!

If you have dietary restrictions or other questions, please contact sita.sunil@yale.edu and justine.xu@yale.edu.


AACC Graduate School Fair
Date:  Monday, April 10, 2017
Time:  7:30pm–9:00pm
Place:  AACC, 295 Crown St.

Not sure what you want to do when you graduate? Interested in learning about graduate or professional school in law, medicine, business, academia, environmental studies, public health, nursing, or the arts?

The Asian American Cultural Center will be hosting hosting a Graduate School Fair, with a variety of graduate students from Yale graduate and professional schools, including the Law School, Medical School, School of Management, Forestry and Environmental Studies, School of Public Health, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Architecture, and more! You will have the opportunity to learn more about the different programs, the application process, and graduate life at Yale.

Dinner will be served!


ViSa Cultural Dinner
Date:  Saturday, April 15, 2017
Time:  5:00pm–8:30pm
Place:  AACC, 295 Crown St.

Come enjoy delicious Vietnamese food at the AACC Saturday (4/15) from 5-8:30PM. There will be an array of food options, including Vietnamese Crepes (Bánh Xèo), Fried Rice, Chicken Curry, and much more! 

It will be $6 for those who RSVP and pay beforehand, and $8 at the door. 


Earth Day: Peace, Painting & Planting
Date:  Sunday, April 23, 2017
Time:  3:00pm–4:00pm
Place:  AACC, 295 Crown St.

Celebrate Earth Day with AYUDH Yale-Connecticut and the Asian American Cultural Center on Sunday, April 23rd at 3pm. Come plant a succulent to take home, paint a flower pot, eat some chocolate complete with facts on endangered species, make some friends, and eat some snacks.

This event is generously supported by a grant from the Yale University Office of the Secretary and Vice President for Student Life’s the Wellness Project Compassion-in-Action Series, the Asian American Cultural Center, and the Medical Student Council. Please email questions to ayudhct@gmail.com. Get on our mailing list to hear about events like this at www.tinyurl.com/zru4kf5.

Events

Sur Et Veritaal Spring Chutney ft. Yale Magic Society
Date:  Friday, April 7, 2017
Time:  Doors open at 6:30pm, show starts at 7:00pm
Place:  Sudler Hall


13 Surs. One night. Who will get the final rose? The season might have ended, but the ~drama~ continues on April 7 in Sudler Hall. Join Yale's premier South Asian a cappella group for an evening of music, magic, and more at Spring Chutney! We're excited to welcome our friends Yale Magic Society to share the stage with us, and (as always) we will have Indian food and drinks before the show.

To purchase tickets contact any Surs member, email suretveritaal@gmail.com, or Venmo @Naoka-Gunawardena with the caption "Chutney."


Desi Dance Night
Date:  Friday, April 7, 2017
Time:  9:00pm-12:00am
Place:  GPSCY Lounge


With the winter giving way to spring, its time to venture out again and have some fun. SAGA brings to you, for the first time, Desi Dance Night!!! Glam up, put on your dancing shoes, and get ready to show off your moves on April 7, Friday, from 9 PM all the way to 12 AM at GPSCY Lounge.

*No entry fee, but only 21+ allowed (with ID). 

**Purchase of drinks at the bar also requires ID. 

Sponsored by: South Asian Studies Council and McDougal GSL


Dinner with Jimmy Lu at Thai Taste
Date:  Friday, April 7, 2017
Time:  6:00pm–8:00pm
Place:  Thai Taste, 1151 Chapel St

The AACC will be hosting a dinner with Jimmy Lu on Friday evening, April 7th from 6-8pm at Thai Taste. We have created a sign-up and will be selecting 6-8 students (through a lottery) for this completely free opportunity. The deadline to sign-up will be Tuesday, April 4th, at 8pm. It will be a great chance to ask questions and learn about Jimmy in a smaller setting!


Life After Yale -- Jimmy Lu's Career
Date:  Saturday, April 8, 2017
Time:  3:30pm–4:30pm
Place:  SOM, Room 2210

Have you ever thought about taking time off from Yale? Join us for mango sticky rice and an unstructured conversation about taking a gap semester or year from school. Yalies who have taken time off will share their personal experiences and answer questions. The rest of the conversation will be dedicated to reasons for taking time off, how to leave, what to do during a gap semester or year, reintegrating back to Yale life, general mental health at Yale, and more!

If you have dietary restrictions or other questions, please contact sita.sunil@yale.edu and justine.xu@yale.edu.


Dwight Hall Spring Day of Service
Date:  Saturday, April 8, 2017
Time:  9:00am
Place:  Dwight Hall

Dwight Hall is having our annual Spring Day of Service this Saturday, April 8th. Students will arrive at 9 am for breakfast and registration, arrive at their sites by 10, and finish up work in the early afternoon, (anytime between 12 and 2 pm depending on the site). It's a really great way to get involved in the community, and it will be the last major service event of the school year! Also, given this time of the year loads of sites will be outdoor works at parks, which is always particularly fun for students. 


Tea with Whitney Biennial Co-Curator Mia Locks
Date:  Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Time:  4:30pm-6:30pm
Place:  TD Head of College House, 63 Wall St

Mia locks is an independent curator based in New York. Previously, at MoMA PS1, she organized exhibitions including Math Bass: Off the Clock (2015); IM Heung-soon: Reincarnation (2015); Samara Golden: The Flat Side of the Knife (2014); and The Little Things Could Be Dearer (2014). She was part of the curatorial team for Greater New York (2015), with Douglas Crimp, Eleey, and Thomas J. Lax. Prior to MoMA PS1, Locks organized Cruising the Archive: Queer Art and Culture in Los Angeles, 1945–1980 (2011), with David Frantz, at ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives as part of the Getty’s inaugural Pacific Standard Time initiative.

Co-sponsored by Yale Asian American Cultural Center and Yale English Department.

RebPsych Mental Health and Social Justice Conference
Date:  Friday, April 21, 2017
Time:  7:30am-5:30pm
Place:  LC, 63 High St


Rebellious Psychiatry: Where Mental Health Meets Social Justice will be a day long conference on Friday April 21 bringing together students, mental health professionals, community activists, consumers, and others to explore the intersection of mental health and social justice. The conference will feature panels and presentations covering a variety of topics, from the intersection of poverty and mental health to the impact of the recent executive orders on refugee mental health. We hope that the conference will foster a frank conversation about our responsibility to pursue justice and challenge established hierarchies of privilege and power.

The organizers are also looking for volunteers to staff registration during the day on Friday. and they will provide lunch and snacks for the day as well as a gift card to show our appreciation. Please email myra.mathis@yale.edu if interested.

Opportunities

CASPY Big Sib Sign Up
Deadline: Monday, April 10th

The Chinese Adopted Siblings Program at Yale (CASPY) will hold their biannual event on April 22nd, from 11 am - 4 pm. 

As always, CASPY needs your help to put on an incredible day that these kids will never forget! Please sign up to be a big sib before Monday, April 10th. 

A mandatory training will be held in the morning a half hour before the start of the program. Other than that, it's all day so PLEASE make sure that you can be there when you sign up! It means a lot to these families and their children that you guys would give up your weekend to spend time with them. 

 

Art and Photo Submissions for the AACC
Deadline: Friday, April 14th

JOURNEYS: CARRYING PLACE now seeks submissions of student art and photography to be displayed at the Asian American Cultural Center of Yale. It is a special exhibit celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, aims to high- light the personal, political, and transformative stories of individuals and communities in movement and migration. Through travel and migration we carry with us the stories, culture, history, and knowledge of the places from which we come into the places we pass through or build new lives. Living for generations in one place also carries journeys—of events, movements, change, and transition. Living in a time when migration is a salient and political experience for many, this exhibit will celebrate the diversity of Asian Pacific American experience rooted in JOURNEYS. Through photography, art and narrative, we will trace the threads and movement between the places we come from and the places we arrive.

TO SUBMIT WORK Please complete submission form by April 14, available online at bit.do/aaccjourneys. Selected artists will be notified and the exhibit will run from early May through October 2017. For more information, please email adrien.salazar@yale.edu.


The Fall of Saigon Exhibit Submissions
Deadline:  Before Monday, April 24th

APRIL 24th - MAY 2nd, J.E. Art Gallery

With the upcoming anniversary of the Fall of Saigon (April 30th), ViSA is hosting an exhibition in the J.E. Gallery to commemorate the Vietnam War. We want to explore the implications of American involvement during the Vietnam War and to view notable events during the time period. In addition, we want people to glimpse the history and lives of the families of Vietnamese students at Yale.

WE NEED YOUR HELP!! Please reach out to your family and friends if they have any stories, photos, artifacts, etc. to contribute to this exhibit. Anything about the war and post-war experiences, or anything you think is relevant. This is a super-cool bonding opportunity for you to talk to your parents/relatives and learn more about their experiences! We would love to show as comprehensive an experience as possible. THE EXHIBIT WILL BE UP FOR THE WEEK OF April 24th-May 1st, so we need as many materials as possible NOW.  

Tl;dr talk to friends and family at home as ask about their OG homeland days during and after the war, submit to linh.he@yale.edu or contact us personally if you have physical items. If you want to help organize this, let Vivian Dang (vivian.dang@yale.edu) or Vi Truong (levi.truong@yale.edu) know. 
 

Sustainability and Environmental Justice Events and Opportunities

  1. The Urban Resources Initiative is holding Rock to Rock on April 22nd (Earth Day). This is New Haven’s biggest Earth Day celebration, a community bike ride from West Rock to East Rock. The event supports two dozen local non-profits doing environmental work. Register here, and you could be in line to win great prizes!
  2. If you are hosting an event, get it GREEN CERTIFIED. This will only take five minutes. Additionally, you will receive a certificate that shows that your organization is working to be more sustainable.
  3. It is the Environmental Film Festival at Yale this weekend. Find out more here!
  4. Environmental justice spotlight: Read New Haven’s City Transformation Plan, which includes some startling statistics about New Haven, including the fact that “40% of residents from NH’s lowest resource neighborhoods are food insecure, and the hospitalization rates for asthma are six times higher than in the rest of the state”
  5. Environmental Yale Job spotlight: Analysis of energy consumption at Peabody Museum, Environmental Studies Center and Collection Studies Center.
  6. If you have suggestions or ideas about sustainability/ environmental justice related initiatives at the AACC, please do not hesitate to reach out to Lekha at

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