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A vibrant community for Asian-Americans to share and discuss our unhealthy quest, past and present, for the "perfect" body. Our struggles with food & body image are not merely about will power - they're social, cultural, and familial.  

Cross-Cultural Center

2011-2012 Internship Information Session

Thurs | March 31 | 1-2pm


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The latest information on CCC events, lectures, art, poetry, classes, special guests, & announcements!

Best of Luck on Your Finals!

Don't forget to practice self-care. See you in Spring 

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Neferti Tadiar: "Remaindered Life of nefertiCitizen-Man, Medium of Democracy" 

Tuesday | March 29 | 4-5:30pm  

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Professor Neferti Tadiar is Professor of Women's Studies at Barnard College, and Director of the Center for Critical Analysis of Social Difference at Columbia University. Her academic interests include transnational and third world feminisms, postcolonial theory, critical race studies, literary and social theory, cultural studies of the Asia/Pacific region, and Philippine studies.

She is the author of Things Fall Away: Philippines Literatures, Historical Experience, and Tangential Makings of Globality (Duke University Press, 2009); Beyond the Frame: Women of Color and Visual Representation, coedited with Angela Y. Davis (Palgrave Press, 2005); Fantasy - Production: Sexual Economies and Other Philippine Consequences for the New World Order (Hong Kong University Press / Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2004). She is currently working on a book project entitled Discourse on Empire: Living Under the Rule of Permanent War, and is beginning a new research project entitled Schooling National Subjects: Experience and Education in U.S. Colonial Philippines.

Please contact Nancy Daly at ndaly@ucsd.edu or (858) 534-4618 to request necessary reasonable accommodations to enable access and
participation for people with disabilities.

Call For Submissions:ab540 

AB540 Narratives/Testimonials

Thursday | April 14 | 4-6pm  

Cross-Cultural Center Art Gallery
Hello! My name is Veronica Gonzalez and I am currently a programming intern at the Cross-Cultural Center. For my student initiated project (SIP) I am planning an event titled Invisible Students at UCSD and an art exhibition titled Unsilencing AB540 Students.

This event is an opportunity to unsilence those that live marginalized due to our broken immigration laws. Art will be up by Friday, April 1, 2011 and the event will take place Thursday, April 14th 4 to 6pm Cross-Cultural Center Gallery. This is a call to AB 540 students and alumni to share their stories. If you are an AB 540 student I encourage you to take part in this event by sharing your testimony. I'm Looking forward to a great event!

*All testimonies will be kept anonymous unless otherwise noted.

Please send submissions to vegonzal@ucsd.edu by Monday March 28. If you'll be submitting a narrative but need time to prepare it or help with ideas please let me know so we can either meet on a one to one basis or chat over the phone. Thank you!

Transfer Student Survey 

Cross-Cultural Center  


Hey Transfer Students! We want to know about your experiences here at UCSD and what you feel contributes to a positive academic environment. Please feel free to be open in sharing your experiences in this survey as the results will be anonymous and remain confidential. Please complete this survey by April 1, 2011.  


Here's a link to the survey...



Questions? Please contact Jeff at jdgreen45@gmail.com 


Campus Community Center Hiring  

2011-2012 InternsCOM3

Information Sessions are Center Specific 

Interested in social justice, making campus-wide impacts, contributing to Center growth, making new friends, and personal/professional development?


Cross-Cultural Center:

Spring Quarter, Week 1:  Thurs, 3/31, 1-2pm


Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Resource Center:

Spring Quarter, Week 1: Mon, 3/28, 12-1pm


Women's Center:

Spring Quarter, Week 1:  Thurs, 3/31, 3-4pm


Applications due: April 4, 2011- 4:00pm


Dance 4 Education
Monday | March 7 | 8:30pm
Porter's Pub 

Apply for a 2011-2012
student staff positions
View & apply for positions here! 

It Starts with You
Speak Up

UCSD Student-Run Free Clinic Project Fundraiser & Celebration
Saturday | March 26 | 6-10pm
Price Center Ballroom
Tix $175; Students $25 

Please contact Carol Whitener (858-534-6160 or email


TRiO Now Hiring
Tutors (Math, Science, & Writing)
$12.08/hr, 10hrs/wk

Questions? Eddie Paje: epaje@ucsd.edu or (858) 534-6308

Events Outside UCSD ORANGE
Student Org Events LIGHT GREEN
Other Dept Events
Opportunities YELLOW

Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander Youth Health and Fitness Day
Saturday | April 2 | 10am-2pm
UCLA North Athletic Field
221 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 920095
Hosted by: Hines Ward, Sefa Aina, Tana Lepule 

Academic Enrichment Programs
2011 Summer Research Program
Deadline: Fri. March 18 @ 5pm
Questions? Contact Deborah Gordon 858.534.8254 or dgordon@ucsd.edu 

Critical Ethnic Studies Conference
UC Riverside
March 10-12, 2011
Go to the website 

ANTH 21: Race & Racism
MWF, 1-1:50, Spring 2011
Prof. Joseph Hankins
Enroll Now! 

Birch Aquarium
March UCSD FREE Month
All students, faculty, and staff
Must show valid UCSD ID card 

Look for job posting #740789 on Port Triton - Apply by 3/18/11  

Silent Witness: Recent Work by Ken Gonzales-Day Exhibit
March 31-May 30
Opening Reception: 3/31 @ 5:30
University Art Gallery

Paid Internships at LGBT Orgs through the Pipeline Project

Contact Andy Garcia at agarcia@lgbtpipeline.org

Time period: May 23-Aug 14,2011