The mission of PAC is to promote the growth of Pan-Asian students socially, academically, and professionally.


PAC is committed to advocating for and celebrating Pan-Asian students and supporting issues related to student life, race, gender, wellness, sexuality, ability, and culture.


By being a support to Pan-Asian student groups and individuals, PAC intends to advance community stability and unity.

Welcome to Spring 2014!

If you are still looking for courses, there are spots left in several of these courses focusing on Asia.

23rd Mar

REDUX | Farewell Sisyphyus?: Dartmouth’s Diversity Initiative Moves Forward

Four years ago, Edward Kim ’01 would have been surprised to find himself at a rally outside Parkhurst Hall protesting Dartmouth College’s diversity rhetoric. Kim, then president of the Korean American Students Association, spoke out about the school’s lack of a Korean language program and the disparity of support for minority students.

27th Feb

DAO Culture Night 2014

This year’s DAO Culture Night featured an eclectic mix of performances and a short film exploring Asian American identity.

22nd Feb

APPLY NOW: Paid Summer Internship in Los Angeles

Leadership in Action is an eight-week summer internship program that provides students with the opportunity to work hands-on in the API community in Southern California.

17th Feb

What Kind of Asian Are You? (Part I: History)

Wei Wu '14 on the perpetual foreigner stereotype.

16th Feb
What Kind of Asian Are You

RSVP: Pan Asian Community Workshop on Family

A facilitated space to share and reflect on messages we receive from those close to us.

14th Feb
14W PAC Dinner Poster

In His Words: Tim Sun ’06 on “Asia Americana”

Tim Sun '06 on his experience directing the first DAO culture night play as a sophomore in 2004.

13th Feb
Tim Sun '06 as chair of DAO Culture Night 2004

SJAAS Seeking Submissions

The Stanford Journal of Asian American Studies is an online journal featuring excellence in the field of Asian American Studies. Deadline for submissions is February 15.

04th Feb

Fred Korematsu Day: A Reflection

OPASA Intern Devin Chu '14 reflects on Fred Korematsu Day and the future of Asian American activism.

30th Jan
Fred Korematsu with his Presidential Medal of Freedom. Photo courtesy of Karen Korematsu, Shirley Nakao and the Korematsu Institute.

APPLY NOW: ECAASU 2014 Scholarships

Scholarships are available for Dartmouth students to participate in the 2014 ECAASU conference.

27th Jan

Models & Minorities: A Personal Tale of Asian(-American?)-ness

Wei Wu '14 on the pitfalls of the model minority myth.

24th Jan
Model Minority

APPLY NOW: Dream Corps Volunteer Program

Volunteer in rural China this summer for libraries and reading education programs.

24th Jan
Dream Corps