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The Korean & Korean American Sisters Association (KASA) is an inclusive organization seeking to promote educational and cultural awareness about Korea and its autonomous regions within MHC and surrounding communities. Our biggest event is Korea Night which is during the Spring semester.
Rainbow Jelly is Mount Holyoke College's K-pop dance club. Students from the Five College area who like K-pop and/or dancing are welcome to take classes and learn choreography to K-pop songs. Some members perform at college organization and club events, especially cultural and ethnic ones.
MHC ASA is an inclusive organization aimed towards celebrating Pan Asian heritage while increasing awareness of and appreciation for people of Asian descent and their varied cultures within Mount Holyoke and in the wider community. Our biggest event is VariAsians which is a dinner, show, and party.
MHC's AASIA (Asian American Sisters in Action) brings together students interested in social issues, social justice and empowering the communities they come from, identify and work with. We sponsor and host lectures, workshops, movies, documentaries, artistic performances, community dinners, and cultural awareness events. Often these are related to Asians, Asian Americans, peoples of color, underprivileged communities, the developing world, identity, politics, advocacy and activism, and pressing social issues (immigration, racism, inequality, etc).
Korean Language Table
Want to practice your Korean in a more natural setting? Come to the Korean Language Table!