Dear readers and supporters of The Stripes,

After coming back from midterms and spring break, The Stripes is gearing up for Asian Pacific American Heritage History month. Because reading week and finals take place during the month of May at Princeton, we will be celebrating APAHM a month early during April. As we mentioned in our February Letter from the Editor, these months of ethnic celebration give us the special opportunity to further contribute to discussions regarding specific communities.

In honor of APAHM, The Stripes will be publishing a special series dedicated to AAPI issues. Additionally, we will be hosting a discussion on “Native-Born and Immigrant Identities in the Asian American Community” in the Mathey Common Room on Friday, April 25 at 7:30pm. Stay tuned for more recaps and multimedia features of this month’s events, including a talk to be given by Yale Law Professor Amy Chua.

If you are interested in submitting an article to The Stripes, please email your submissions to us at thestripesblog@gmail.com. Please feel free to send other inquiries and comments to our inbox as well.

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Thank you!

Your Editor Board,
Aisha Oxley, Emily Tu, and Kovey Coles