Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center

Potluck no more: Raidersgiving expected to draw largest crowd, needs your support

It may have started small, but now it’s gotten big and Raidersgiving needs your help. Continue reading

Cuban journalist says increasing freedoms, relations with U.S. are giving young people hope

Cuban journalist Elaine Díaz Rodriguez discussed “Cuba in an Era of Change” as part of Wright State’s Year of the Active Bystander program. Continue reading

Documentary dynamite

Wright State’s Mai Nguyen helps chronicle plight of Vietnamese Americans in “Between Two Worlds”
Mai Nguyen in her office

Mai Nguyen, director of the Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center, is one of the local Vietnamese Americans featured in “Between Two Worlds,” a documentary produced by ThinkTV. Continue reading

Wright State celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Dancing

Wright State’s Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center to host events across campus from Sept. 9 to Oct. 17. Continue reading

Regional students immerse themselves in Chinese language and culture

High school and middle school students visited Wright State to learn more about Chinese culture and language during Chinese Immersion Day on Jan. 30. Continue reading

April is Asian Heritage Month; celebrate with the AHNA Center

April brings the cherry blossoms to Japan and Asian Heritage Month to America. Wright State University’s Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center is celebrating with a month full of themed events… Continue reading

AHNA to celebrate birthday with fall fun

Photo of performer from Asian Culture Night 2011

Since its inception in 1997, the Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center (AHNA) has played an integral role in providing Wright State and the Dayton community with academic, social and cultural service. Continue reading

April is Asian Heritage Month; celebrate with the AHNA Center

April brings the cherry blossoms to Japan and Asian Heritage Month to America. Wright State University’s Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center is celebrating… Continue reading

Raiders ready to ring in the Year of the Dragon

Photo of three students dressed in Asian garb on stage giving the report of the year for the World, the U.S. and Wright State.

In many Asian cultures, the dragon is a symbol of success, royalty, happiness and good luck. In China, the dragon represents the emperor and the country itself. Continue reading