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April Student Spotlight: APAC’s Mazna Andrabi

Mazna Andrabi, Co-Director of Operations for the Asian Desi Pacific Islander American Collective (APAC), is a 3rd year Business Honors Program student, also in the Integrated Masters of Professional Accounting Program. She enjoys serving the Asian American community through APAC  as well as volunteering as a student usher for the Texas Performing Arts. If you would like more information about APAC and/or how to get involved in APAC, please contact Mazna at

1. What is your favorite memory, tradition, or thing about UT?

Definitely one of my best memories has been attending my first Longhorn Football game this year. Seeing the stadium filled with burnt orange shirts and hearing Texas Fight drown out all other noises is one of the most amazing things to be a part of and it really shows how much spirit there is at UT.

2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen or current students?

Get involved in extracurricular activities. There are so many different organizations to get involved in and it really helps you explore new areas and meet new people. Students spend so much time studying and worrying about classes so extracurricular activities provide a balance and let students be a part of something they’re passionate about.

3. UT’s motto is “What starts here, changes the world”. What is one thing you would like to see change at UT?

Like most students, I would love to see the cost of tuition go down for UT. At the very least, I think there should be more scholarship opportunities, both financial-based and merit-based, as well as greater work-study options for students on campus.

4. How did you get involved in APAC?

My freshman year at UT I participated in one of APAC’s signature programs, the Asian American Leadership Institute (AALI), an 8-week program to teach students about leadership skills and Asian American issues. From there, I became a member of APAC, a chair for the AALI program, and this year Co-Director of Operations for APAC.

5. What’s one thing you’ve learned from UT outside of a classroom?

Not everyone thinks like you do. Sometimes it is really hard to see from another persons point of view but UT has such a diverse population of students that both in and out of the classroom you really get the chance to see all the different perspectives that people have to offer.

6. Who has been an important role model to you?

My parents have been great role models in my life because as working parents, they have always devoted time to my brother, my sister and I. From Pre-K to high school, and even now in college, they make my activities their top priority. They have also never pushed me to do anything I did not want to do and they’ve always supported the decisions I make about my future.

7. What is one project APAC is working on you would like share?

This January, APAC launched an initiative to start the Asian American Leadership Council, made of representatives from various Asian American organizations on campus. AALC serves as a forum for students to get together and discuss the needs of the community, various events happening around campus, and the opportunity to network with other student leaders.  AALC has helped to bring the Asian American community and with continued support, it will hopefully grow and unite many more students on campus.

8. What do you hope to see from APAC in the future?

I really hope that APAC becomes more visible as a resource to students on campus. Many people attend our events and programs that we put on for the community, but APAC has other resources to offer as well. We’re able to provide funding to various organizations and we have a direct connection with the UT administration to discuss various issues affecting students. I hope in the future that students see APAC not just as an organization on campus, but also as a support system for the Asian American community.

Check back soon for a story on APAC’s Asian American Heritage Week!

Written by Jennifer Wang

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