AARCC Summer Hours

AARCC’s Summer hours have begun! We are open, Monday to Friday, from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM.

Not Quite: Asian American by Law, Asian Woman by Desire

Tuesday, April 10th, 5:30p
L285 Recital Hall
UIC Theater Building
1044 West Harrison Street

This solo performance is designed with political urgency and aims for political impact. This show is a direct response to the current political climate and the Drumpf Presidency. In…

2018 Asian American Congratulatory Ceremony

This event recognizes the academic achievements of UIC Asian American undergraduate and graduate students and their allies. This includes students who graduated Fall 2017 and who will graduate Spring and Summer 2018.  This event involves a recognition ceremony, a special welcome, a keynote speaker, and photo ops.  Light refreshments will be provided.  All are welcome!

When: Tuesday,…

AARCC Spring Break Hours

During Spring Break AARCC will be open Monday to Wednesday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Thursday, 9:00 AM to 1200 PM, and will be closed on Friday, March 30th.  Normal business hours return on Monday, April 2nd at 9:00 AM.  Have a good break!

No Fats, No Fems, No Asians: Unpacking the Asian American Dating Experience in the Modern World

Wednesday, April 4, 2017 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm UIC Richard J. Daley Library LIB 1-470 801 S Morgan St Free and open to the public

Seeking Asian Female: Rape Culture and Asian Women

Come join the Asian American Resource and Cultural Center and the Women’s Leadership and Resource Center as we explore the ways that Asian women encounter sexualized racism and the forms these interactions take. How does the fetishization of Asian women play a part in rape culture? We will be using excerpts from…

Genocide in the 21st Century: The Rohingya Crisis in Burma

Over 800,000 prosecuted Rohingya people from Burma have taken refuge in overflowing and ill-equipped refugee camps in the neighboring country of Bangladesh since August 25, 2017. Documented through satellite evidence, 214, half the total number of Rohingya villages, have been burned to ashes. The UN has acknowledged this crisis not only a genocide but the worst human rights violation of…

Lunchbox Series: Portrayal of Asian-Americans in the Media

We would like to welcome you to the AARCC lunchbox series event co-hosted by Chi Sigma Tau National Fraternity, Inc. on the portrayal of Asian-Americans in Hollywood and in the Media. Today’s topic is a continuation of the conversation from Fall 2016’s

lunchbox series event, where we will dive into real world examples…