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Members of Black Leadership Awareness and Culture Club (BLACC) and ASiA (Asian Students in Action) pose after their discussion of cultural appropriation in the Drama Lab.

BLACC and ASiA hold crossover event

Lucas Cohen-d'Arbeloff January 25, 2022

The Black Leadership Awareness and Culture Club (BLACC) and Asian Students in Action (ASiA) hosted a crossover event to discuss cultural appropriation Jan. 24. The meeting took place after school in...

At LAHSOs Day of the Dead celebration, students converse with each other while making paper flowers and listening to music.

LAHSO honors Day of the Dead

Natasha Speiss November 4, 2021

The Latin American Hispanic Student Organization (LAHSO) celebrated the Day of the Dead with a paper flower workshop to honor deceased loved ones and a presentation on the history of the holiday Nov. 4....

While snacking on South Asian food, Aiden Schiller ’22 paints henna on Rohan Madhogarhia ’22. Meanwhile, Jack Coleman ’22 decorates a diya candle using both Sharpies and stickers.

SASA observes Diwali

Natalie Cosgrove November 4, 2021

South Asian Student Alliance (SASA) hosted their annual celebration of Diwali, the Festival of Lights observed by Hindus, Jains and Sikhs across the world, on the Flag Court on Nov. 4. Club members provided...

Students of LAHSO distribute food to students at the Multicultural Fair.  Credit: Tanisha Gunby/ Chronicle

Affinity groups spread cultural awareness at third annual Multicultural Fair

Tanisha Gunby April 17, 2019

To share the various aspects of their cultures with the student body, affinity groups played different genres of music and distributed food at the third annual Multicultural Fair on the quad April 17. "I...

Photo illustration by Jenny Li

An Affinity for Diversity: Discussing our response to the climate assessment

Jenny Li June 1, 2018

Rob* ’20 stared at the screen in front of him in shock. A moment earlier, he had been watching his friend’s video game livestream when someone under an anonymous username appeared on the chat. “WE...

Affinity groups host multicultural fair

Valerie Velazquez April 26, 2018

Members of various affinity groups set up booths on the quad to spread awareness and share different types of food and music at the multicultural fair April 25.  The fair acted as a way for the affinity...

School addresses bullying, marginalization following security threat

Kaitlin Musante March 21, 2018

Affinity groups and counselors addressed bullying and marginalization on campus after a threatening social media message posted by Jonathan Martin ’08 alluded to bullying. The post resulted in school...

Aileen Cano ’18 talks with another student at a multicultural brunch designed to foster diversity at the Feldman-Horn Gallery on Jan. 30. The brunch meant to give students an opportunity to come together, regardless of their ethnicity. Credit: Sophie Haber/Chronicle

Groups brunch over multiculturalism, gender

Jenny Li February 15, 2017

Student-led affinity groups including the Latin American Student Organization; Black Leadership, Awareness and Culture Club; Gender and Sexuality Awareness Club and La Femme hosted a multicultural brunch...

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