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Apr 26, 2016
Mai Nguyen, director of the Asian and Native American Center, helps create PBS documentary on local second-generation Vietnamese-Americans.
Apr 4, 2016
Wright State’s Asian and Native American Center has organized many educational and fun activities throughout April to celebrate Asian Heritage Month.
Nov 5, 2015
It may have started small, but now it's gotten big and Raidersgiving needs your help.
Sep 25, 2015
Cuban journalist Elaine Díaz Rodriguez discussed “Cuba in an Era of Change” as part of Wright State’s Year of the Active Bystander program.
Sep 23, 2015
The Presidential Debate will be held Sept. 26, 2016, at the Wright State University Nutter Center.
photo of panelists sitting at a table
Apr 28, 2015
Can Truong is a pre-med major, aspiring doctor, and model student at the University of Chicago when he is diagnosed with depression and bipolar disorder.
Apr 20, 2015
Mai Nguyen, director of the Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center, is one of the local Vietnamese Americans featured in “Between Two Worlds,” a documentary produced by ThinkTV.
photo of participants learning about chinese writing
Feb 15, 2015
Students from high schools in the Dayton and Cincinnati area came and spent the day doing cultural activities such as learning how to do Chinese brush painting, Chinese calligraphy, fan dancing, and much more. This is the second year for this event, and it was a great success.
photo of chinese lanterns
Feb 15, 2015
Wright State University's Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center brought to campus a world renowned Chinese acrobat at this year's special feature, The Yangdong Chinese Acrobatic Troupe. There were presentations on the history, ritual and celebration of Chinese and Vietnamese New year.
photo of Cherokee contemporary recording artist michael jacobs
Nov 29, 2014
Wright State faculty, students and staff enjoyed listening to the music and singing by award-winning Cherokee contemporary recording artist Michael Jacobs. Mr. Jacobs shared his music, a mixture of Native American songs which address human issues: peace, justice, the environment, and wholeness with all those who attended the event.

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