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“Just seeing this much representation makes me really happy because I feel like [drag] is becoming, not new, but more mainstream,” he said.
Barpujari, her co-chair, Emily Miller-McGlone, a third year computer science and communication studies double major, and Aaron Parayno, the assistant director of the Asian American Center, began to coordinate the Heritage Week last summer.
Past Heritage Weeks have focused on helping Asian American students feel comfortable pursuing nontraditional career paths rather than those stereotypically expected of them, such as those in medicine, Barpujari said. This year, during her first stint as one of the Heritage Week organizers, Barpujari said she wanted to focus on a wider range of issues that everybody could identify with.
“We wanted to have conversations about things that are not just relevant to the Asian American community, but people all over the world in general,” she said.
Photo courtesy Anoushka Barpujari