Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center

Multicultural Halloween celebrates fall fun around the world

Photo of students dressed as the Cat in the Hat and as a penguin at the 2010 Multicultural Halloween.

When Americans think of October, they think of jack-o’-lanterns, candy corn and witches. Continue reading

Japanese Tea Ceremony Photo Gallery

Photo of a student drinking a cup of tea.

This event was presented by the Wright State Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center (AHNA) in celebration of Asian Heritage Month. Continue reading

Wright State going on cultural explorASIAN

Looking for a way to have fun despite the rainy April weather? The Wright State Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center (AHNA) has a roster of activities planned… Continue reading

Year of the Rabbit celebrated at Lunar New Year event

Wright State University’s Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center celebrated the “Year of the Rabbit”… Continue reading