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Asian Alumni Network on Longhorn Network

We are proud to present the first Texas Exes Asian Alumni Network Scholarship this fall. Here is an exclusive video from the Alcalde on the Longhorn Network: … Read entire article »

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Class of 2011: Parents’ Pride – Emily Chen

Class of 2011: Parents’ Pride – Emily Chen

Written by: Melissa Mixon, Cockrell School of Engineering More than 25 years ago, Emily Chen’s parents made a hard choice so their daughters would face easier ones. Chen’s parents left their friends and family behind in Taiwan and moved 8,000 miles away to the Houston area, where they knew only two other people. Despite their sacrifices, the couple believed that one day, when they had children, they would have unlimited opportunities they may not have experienced otherwise. Chen, now … Read entire article »

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November Student Spotlight: Grace Lee

November Student Spotlight: Grace Lee

Grace Lee, a Biology/Plan II Honors senior at The University of Texas at Austin, will be graduating this Fall 2010. Within her 4 years here, Grace has been involved in various activities: writer for hercampus UT, poet for LiNK, dancer for KUSA dance crew, active member and leader at her church, undergraduate researcher for the Children’s Psychology Research Lab, and many others. She was also a Resident Assistant (RA) for Kinsolving, having won RA of the Month … Read entire article »

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September Student Spotlight: Anne Nisperos

September Student Spotlight: Anne Nisperos

Anne Nisperos is a Corporate Communications major with a concentration in business. She is entering her senior year and currently is one of the two Chief Executive Officers of the Philippine Students of Texas. She was also the former co-president of the Filipino Students Association. Anne was born in the Philippines and raised in Singapore before moving to Texas for high school. 1. What is your favorite memory, tradition, or thing … Read entire article »

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April Student Spotlight: APAC’s Mazna Andrabi

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 Mazna.Andrabi@bba07.mccombs.utexas.edu. 1. What is … Read entire article »

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