Asian Pacific Islander Month celebrates the history, culture, contributions, and influence of Asian and Pacific Islander people.
May 5: Intents
Theme: What Is Our Exodus?
Speaker: Mathias Bernard
Contributors: APIC, BSCF, Berean Fellowship.
May 7: Whitman Mission Sunset & Cookies
A walk up to Whitman Mission to watch and enjoy the sunset with cookies to munch on.
May 11: Tote Bag Merch Drop
Where: The Atlas
APIC is giving out their spring merchandise to their members as well as selling their tote bags to non-members for $30.
May 14: Yoga with Health & Wellness
A collaboration with Health & Wellness helps APIC spread mental health awareness in May with a yoga class.
May 17: Community
A panel discussion panel will consist of different APIC members/different ethnicities who will present their perspectives of their experiences so far at Walla Walla University. APIC is also providing muffins and free stickers for everyone.
May 19: ASWWU Spiritual Collab (Lei Making)
With flowers imported from Hawai'i, APIC and ASWWU Spiritual are hosting a lei-making class. This is an open event for everyone; there will be music, games, food, and more.
May 20: APIC Vespers "Our Foundation"
Meshach Soli, the Associate Youth Director of the Southeastern California Conference is APIC's speaker this year for APIC Vespers. There will be different types of cultures presented in the program, from our welcoming to scripture reading, to music. Come enjoy and celebrate with us.
May 21: Sabbath Service/AY Service at Kiwanis
Sabbath Service: Speaker: Meshach Soli
Our AY Service will be held at Kiwani's Park. We will fellowship together, play, and sing music, play games, and more.
"Sing Your Heart Out: A Filipino Heritage Month Karaoke Night" is a fun and engaging way to celebrate Filipino Heritage Month. This event will blend the rich cultural heritage of the Philippines with the joy of music, offering attendees an opportunity to showcase their vocal talents while fostering a deeper appreciation for Filipino culture through music. This event will also serve Filipino pre-made food/pre-packed snacks and drinks for attendees. This proposed is themed bring a twin, a winner will be given a prize at the end of the night.
- Celebrate Filipino Heritage Month by showcasing the rich cultural heritage of the Philippines through the entertainment of music, and food/drinks.
- Provide a platform for the Filipino community on-campus and others to express themselves through music.
- Foster community spirit and unity through shared cultural experiences.
- Raise awareness about the cultural significance of Filipino music and traditions.