Viet Thanh Nguyen is an associate professor at one of the world’s leading private research universities, University of Southern California. He released his debut novel, “The Sympathizer” in 2015, which tells the story of a half Vietnamese and half French officer in the Southern Vietnamese military and also a Northern Vietnamese spy. His work has been awarded with the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for Fiction 2016 and is the New York Time’s 100 notable books of 2015. Read more
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Dain Lee, an alumnus of the Zeta Chapter at New York University, recently participated as a competitor on Food Network’s All-Star Academy, in which he worked with his mentor/celebrity chef, Curtis Stone, to refine his culinary skills as they both underwent intense challenges.
In addition to being a talented home cook, he is an established and licensed real estate broker who has worked with the Corcoran Group for 10 years. Lee’s passion for engaging with people from all walks of life has allowed him to develop interpersonal relationships with his clients through his sincerity and integrity.
Sri Srinivasan is a member on the U.S. Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia Circuit and may potentially be President Obama’s leading choice to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court. If this were to happen, he would be the first Asian American to be a part of the high court, according to the Washington Post.
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Brayan Lopez, who was inducted in Fall 2009 at the Beta Chapter, University of Buffalo, was featured on the campus website promoting the benefits of donating.
It is essential that living conditions are sufficient enough to provide a place to sleep and rest and feel safe in our own personal space. Residents of 173 Henry St in Chinatown, New York, however, were exposed to illegal and dangerous actions by their landlord, King Henry Realty Inc., according to William Xu, a member of the Asian Americans for Equality and a well-respected brother of Pi Delta Psi Fraternity, Incorporated. To provide a voice for the residents, Xu, along with members of the 173 Henry St. Tenant Association, rallied at Foley Square to raise awareness and protest against poor living conditions at the building. From there, Xu provided an overview of the health risks posed on the residents at 173 Henry St. and pointed out the unlawful actions of King Realty Inc.