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I would advise anyone who values their culture and socioeconomic background not to come to Scripps College." (Scripps College, Claremont, CA) "I feel your identity should not be a major factor in [choosing a college].In fact, people who continue to choose a university solely based on its Asian American resources may easily miss out on plenty of opportunities found at other universities.Asian Americans seem more serious and down-to-earth here.Northwestern University is developing an Asian American studies program which has been in the works thanks to previous students. The Asian American Advisory Board (AAAB) is a notable Asian American club on campus.If you want to befriend Asians, it's easy enough, but joining an organization is mainly an outlet for people who are not accustomed to being in diverse environments." (Brown University, Providence, RI) "Northwestern University is a different environment for Asian Americans. Coming from California, I experience a different feel/environment for Asian Americans.It is not wrapped up in materialism and the 'gangster' image.My only complaint is that occasionally my professors would cut me off when I would speak in class. I felt that they sometimes expected me to be the stereotype of the quiet Asian student." (Barnard College, New York, NY) As you can see, just as there is a wide diversity of political perspectives within the Asian American community, there is an entire range of students' opinions and experiences when it comes to what type of school is the "best" for Asian Americans.
The [administration has] no clue as to what true diversity is.
Though sometimes I miss the University of Cali Asian scene sometimes, Northwestern University is a good blend of Asian American activism and community." (Northwestern University, Evanston, IL) "The University of Maryland is not perfect and with such a large school, hate crimes are bound to happen.
As ironic as it might sound, these hate crimes have forged a stronger coalition amongst all the different communities and allowed us to fight such social injustices with a burning passion." (University of Maryland, College Park, MD) "I used to be a part of the Asian American Association on the MU campus, but recently have lost contact with the group because of their increasingly extremist views.
This is the reason why I am not involved with these organizations.
The college experience is more enriching if you befriend others on the basis of factors other than race, such as, say, personality!
In the Aloha state, Asian people and culture are the norm. I grew up in Maryland, lived in New York and California and I've never felt more comfortable in my life than here in Hawaii.