April 24th - April 30th
The ALANA A-List showcases the top events in the multicultural community happening on campus. Listed below are events you do not want to miss!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be featured on the next edition of the A-List. Submissions are due on Sundays at 11:59p EST. Anything submitted after this deadline will be on the following week's edition.
Meet the ALANA EBoard!
Top: Marisa Knox (President), Richard Escobar (VP of Internal Affairs), Lovette Ekwebelem (VP of Public Relations), Adaugo Ezike (VP of External Affairs), and Haris Hassan (Programming Coordinator)
Bottom: Janee Dennis (Public Relations Coordinator), Elaine Liu (VP of Programming), Kathleen Li (Programming Coordinator), Keri Gill (MCFAB Chair), and Evelyn Ambriz (Faculty Advisor)
Not pictured: Carol Huang (Programming Coordinator), Aaliya Khan (Treasurer)
SENIORS! Kente Stole with Class of 2018 Key Chain
Available for Purchase Beginning: Monday, April 9
Kente Stole with Class of 2018 Key Chain
Seniors may purchase a Kente Stole with a Class of 2018 key chain ($10.00 cash only) beginning Monday, April 9th at the Center for Intercultural Dialogue, 626 Thurston Avenue. See Kelli King, Room G04, Monday - Friday, 9:00 am -12:00 pm and 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Supplies are limited.
Our Inescapable Responsibility: A Three-Day Reading Pop-up
April 24-26 | Klarman Atrium
Hosted by Asian Pacific Americans for Action (APAA)
APAA is a group of students who have been involved in the deep study of past revolutionary thinkers for the past year. We have been discussing the life and thinking of James Baldwin, WEB Du Bois, Grace Lee Boggs, and other thinkers whose revolutionary lives and ideas serve as models for future generations to follow. In an increasingly confusing world, we have been reading these thinkers to develop our ideas and achieve clarity in order to act on them. To share our ideas and honor these thinkers, we are organizing a 3-day pop-up where we will be reading aloud from the works of Baldwin, Du Bois and Grace Lee Boggs. Each day will focus on a specific theme — Education, History/Reality, and Responsibility — with corresponding readings for each theme. These themes follow the trajectory of certain essential questions which we feel the American education system and contemporary academia have failed to address:
What is the purpose of education?
What is the nature of the reality in which we live?
How did society come to be this way?
And given the state of the world today, what is our responsibility to humanity?
If you are interested in reading/talking about any of these questions (or if they provoke you to ask questions of your own), come to Klarman Atrium on the following dates/times:
Day 1 | Education | Tues. April 24, 4:30-6:00pm
"There are two sides to every question but only one side is right." - Grace Lee Boggs, Education: The Great Obsession
Day 2 | History/Reality | Wed. April 25, 4:30-6:00pm
"Don't you understand that the past is the present; that without what was, nothing is?" - WEB Du Bois, The World and Africa
Day 3 | Responsibility | Thurs. April 26, 5:30-7:00pm
"What I am demanding of other people is what I am demanding of myself." - James Baldwin, A Rap on Race
This event is free and open to the public. The only ticket you'll need is an open mind and passion for learning!
The Women of Color Coalition and L.I.N.K: Men's Alliance Presents: Women of Color Appreciation Banquet
Come out to G10 Biotech on Friday, May 4th to celebrate the achievements of women of color in our Cornell community! W.O.C.C. and L.I.N.K. will be co-hosting a banquet to honor those who work to improve conditions for everyone. There will be FREE DINNER and PERFORMANCES throughout the night! Semi-formal attire. Doors open at 7:30pm. Questions? Email email@example.com!
The Women of Color Coalition and L.I.N.K.: Men's Alliance Presents: Women of Color Appreciation Banquet
Friday, May 4th at 7:30pm | G10 Biotechnology Building
Come out to G10 Biotech on Friday, May 4th to celebrate the achievements of women of color in our Cornell Community! W.O.C.C. and L.I.N.K. will be co-hosting a banquet to honor those who work to improve conditions for everyone. There will be a free dinner and performances throughout the night! Semi-formal attires. Doors open at 7:30pm.
Wari Summer 2018 Housing!
Looking for an affordable place to live over the summer?
Consider living in Wari Cooperative!
Please see the attached flyer below and fill out this google form with your information.
*Note: There is no formal application for summer housing at Wari. Housing is available to all Cornell students of all gender identities who will be on campus for academic purposes this summer. Please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org any questions or concerns.
BOSS Mental Health Summit
Mark you calendars for the annual BOSS mental health summit, open to all self-identifying womxn! This year’s theme is “The I of the Storm: Finding Calm Amongst Chaos” We want to hear from you! Please fill out this survey about what you’d like to participate in at this year’s summit: