Be on Big Sib Core
"My first exposure to the collective struggle of Asian Americans occurred during my Stanford years. I attribute my continued level of interest and consciousness in Asian American issues to my exposure to the A³C."
The Asian American Sib (AASib) Program aims to help incoming first-year students transition into the Stanford community by exposing new students to the various components of the Asian American community on campus.
Members of the AASib Sib Core are committed to promoting the AASib program through the following responsibilities:
- Recruit students to be Big Sibs and Lil Sibs during summer and New Student Orientation (NSO).
- Assist in matching Bigs and Littles during NSO.
- Plan, organize and execute events each quarter.
- Serve as ambassadors to the community to promote events.
2022-23 AASib Core Members:
Ji Hong Ni ‘23
Hello! I’m Ji Hong Ni and I’m a Chinese-American, rising Senior majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Art Practice. I’m interested in narrative exploration through writing, art, and technology and how these three spheres can come together.
Aarushi Patil ‘23
Hi! My name is Aarushi Patil (she/her) and I am an Indian-American student majoring in Symbolic Systems. I’m a part of Stanford Raagapella - Stanford’s South Asian A Cappella team, Asian Women’s Alliance, and am interested in health tech, music, and psychology.
Niet Khay ‘23
Hi everyone! My name is Niet Khay (she/they) and I’m a Cambodian-American student from Gilroy, California. I’m majoring in Human Biology, am involved in Cardinal Free Clinics and Stanford alpha Kappa Delta Phi, and am interested in community health.
Ben Nguyen ‘23
Hey everyone, my name is Ben Nguyen and I’m a senior studying Economics. I’m a part of Mua Lac Hong (Stanford’s premier Vietnamese dance group), the Stanford Vietnamese Student Association, and the Asian American Students’ Association.
Britney Tran ‘24
Hi friends! My name is Britney Tran and I’m a Vietnamese-American majoring in Computer Science. I am a part of Stanford Vietnamese Student Association and Code the Change and am interested in the intersection of tech and social justice.
Shriti Parajuli ‘24
Hi, y’all! My name is Shriti Parajuli (she/her) and I’m a Nepali student majoring in Human Biology. I volunteer with the Cardinal Free Clinics and Little Libraries, dance with Basmati Raas and am interested in global health and education equity!
Alexandra Huynh ‘25
Hi friends :) My name is Alexandra Huynh (she/her) and I’m a Vietnamese American student majoring in English. On campus, you can find me performing in shows for Flying Treehouse, the Stanford Spoken Word Collective, and tutoring at the Hume Center.