FSU AAA Alumna named to Forbes 30-under-30

We are extremely proud of our Executive member, Anisha Singh (FSU c/o 2009), who was named to Forbes 30-under-30 in Law & Policy. A true Seminole that bleeds garnet and gold, Anisha is a great ambassador for FSU and the Asian American community. She was recognized for winning a historic case against the US Army…

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Three Recent Graduates Receive Prestigious Film Awards

Three recent graduates of Florida State University’s College of Motion Picture Arts have earned prestigious awards for their extraordinary creativity as film directors. Saad Nawab, Yingxiang Huang and Clara Diez were recognized at the Directors Guild of America’s 21st annual Student Films Award Ceremony Thursday, Dec. 10, in New York City. Three of the DGA’s…

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Why Asian Americans don’t vote Republican

During the recent No Labels-hosted Problem Solver Convention in New Hampshire, things got a little uncomfortable. When Joseph Choe, an Asian-American college student, stood up to ask a question about South Korea, Donald Trump cut him off and wondered aloud: “Are you from South Korea?” Choe responded, “I’m not. I was born in Texas, raised…

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FSU AAA Alumnus featured on Fox News

A member of our very own FSU AAA Board of Governors, Dr. Theodore Aquino, was featured on Fox 13 News (Tampa, FL) talking about a flu outbreak on a Navy ship encouraging everyone to get vaccinated: “I definitely absolutely believe that you should become vaccinated against the flu. The flu is dangerous. The flu kills…

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FSU Students Engage the Next Generation

Led by Associate Dean, Ebe Randeree (pictured far left), from the College of Communication and Information, Florida State University students are doing their part to ensure the next generation will be ready to take advantage of career opportunities in computing and technology. Among the student ambassadors is Martin Sung (pictured second from left) who also…

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FSU Awards Honorary Doctorate to Lucy Ho

FSU awards Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters to local businesswoman Lucy Ho on Thursday, October 15th. The school is recognizing Ho in recognition of her 45-year career as the costumer of the FSU Opera and as a local restaurateur. Read the whole article at WCTV.com

Shooting Victim Headed Back To FSU

Florida State University President John Thrasher said Monday, January 12th, that campus shooting victim Farhan “Ronny” Ahmed should be ready to return to classes in February or early March. Read the full article here.