Dating at different colleges
For instance, my school has never been known to be 'conducive' to an Asian American identity, but this doesn't mean the school can't change.
And if students of Asian descent choose not to attend just because of it's 'white-washed' history, then the school will never become conducive to an Asian American identity.
I would advise anyone who values their culture and socioeconomic background not to come to Scripps College." (Scripps College, Claremont, CA) "I feel your identity should not be a major factor in [choosing a college].
In fact, people who continue to choose a university solely based on its Asian American resources may easily miss out on plenty of opportunities found at other universities.
I felt that they sometimes expected me to be the stereotype of the quiet Asian student." (Barnard College, New York, NY) As you can see, just as there is a wide diversity of political perspectives within the Asian American community, there is an entire range of students' opinions and experiences when it comes to what type of school is the "best" for Asian Americans.
Due to the fact that I do not have a clique of Asian friends, I find myself shunned by the Asian American community at times.
Sometimes the case is that other ethnicities aren't racist, the prejudice and bigotry comes from those who are of one's own racial group." (Brown University, Providence, RI) "Self-segregation among Asians is the largest factor leading to lack of integration into the main student body.
At the same time, other considerations were just as important as geographic location, including large proportions of the student population being Asian American and students of color, and a decent representation of Asian American faculty, administrators, and student organizations.
"If you are of Asian descent, no doubt about it, Hawai'i is the place to be.