Thank you for everyone that attended our first Game Night in the Hoosier Den. We saw some intense games of ping-pong, Jenga, and there was a puzzle too. But lets not forget about some of those karaoke performances. If you weren’t there, here are some of photos we took from the event. We hope you keep coming out and have with us at Asian American Association! For more pictures from the event check out the Photo Gallery tab!
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Here we are with another year in Asian American Association! Our very first mass meeting took place August 31st in the Global International Studies Building. Here we got to meet some of you and tell you guys about what AAA is about and what to expect in the future! Here are the slides that were shown in case you forgot or missed out!
Call Out Meeting Slides
Also check out this “Call Out” Battle featuring our Secretary Tiffany and newcomer Duc!
The first ever Asian American Olympian, Victoria Manalo Draves, is going to be honored in San Francisco, CA this weekend. Draves won two gold medals in springboard and platform diving in the 1948 Olympics.
In order to compete, Draves changed her last name to her mother’s maiden name because she was rejected previously due to her Filipino name. Draves went on to compete nationally and eventually at the Olympics. As a San Franciscan native, the city dedicated a local park in Draves name after she passed away in 2010.
This upcoming weekend, there will be an unveiling of a plaque in recognition of Draves accomplishments in athletes.