Yeji Kim
Staff Reporter
Yeji Kim covers the AACC, La Casa and NACC. Originally from Ohio, she is a first-year in Berkeley College majoring in ethics, politics and economics and East Asian Studies.
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“Community and initiative”: A history of Yale’s Korean Studies

The unofficial Yale Korean studies program has come a long way since its origins in 1947

Illustration by Cecilia Lee
AACC hosts author Min Jin Lee ’90 in alumni speaker series

This past Tuesday, Korean American author Min Jin Lee spoke to Yale students about her life and career.

Asian American Cultural Center showcases student research efforts

To close off Pan-Asian American History Month, the Asian American Cultural Center hosted a research day Thursday for students to present their work on AAPI […]

Yalie develops app to help students organize ride shares

RideBuddies, an app that allows Yalies to find other students to share an Uber or Lyft with, launched this past week.

“Dreaming and Organizing”: AACC event explores the history of the center

The Asian American Cultural Center hosted an event detailing the creation of the AACC last Friday.

Japanese American Students Union commemorates 80th anniversary of Japanese internment camps in the US

In conjunction with the AACC, the Japanese American Students Union hosted a discussion with Japanese American author and illustrator Kiku Hughes to commemorate the anniversary of the establishment of Japanese internment camps in the United States.

Advocacy to actuality: a history of the Afro-American Cultural Center

When organizations and schools nationwide celebrate Black History Month, they recognize the generations of African Americans who built a home for the Black community in […]

Multiracial students navigate heritage through cultural centers and organizations

Students of various racial, cultural and ethnic backgrounds have been working with the cultural centers to create community and identity.

Graduate students navigate cultural center opportunities

Graduate students have found opportunities to interact with the cultural houses on campus, even during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A look inside the Tina E. Yeh Fellowship, which supports AAPI advocacy work

The Association of Asian American Yale Alumni is once again offering a fellowship centered around Asian American community service in remembrance of former student Tina E. Yeh.

“Hallyu Part Two”: Yale students speak on the rise of the Korean entertainment industry in the U.S.

Netflix U.S. has seen a rise in popularity of Korean media and film, especially with recent successes such as Squid Game and Hellbound.