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Hmong American Cultural Outreach (HACO) is inviting performing artist May Lee-Yang to perform her play entitled “Confessions of a Lazy Hmong Woman” here at Gustavus in Alummni Hall on April 13, 2013. The show itself starts at 2:45 pm, but the actual event starts from 2:00 PM- 5:00 PM where there will be presentations and [...]
A week after Valentine, the club held a late Valentine celebration. Everyone came to the Walker house to enjoy chocolates, sweets, and cooking crepes. It was surely a day of sweetness and cavities. After so much sugar, everyone was hyped up for some games of intimacy. For instance, passing an apple from one person’s neck [...]
After a two-week winter break, HACO members met up at the Walker House to catch up on each other and watch a movie together. Before starting the movie, all members who were able to come participated in a game called “What”. The game requires papers, pencils, and humor. It starts off with one player reading [...]
On December 8th, 2012, Hmong American Cultural Outreach hosted their “Mock Cocktails” in celebration towards the end of Fall semester and Christmas. It is an in-club social event to continue building teamwork, bonding, have fun, and relax before finals. Board members made non-alcoholic cocktail drinks and a light snack for everyone. Everyone enjoyed the night [...]
The Hmong New Year is one of the biggest and most celebrated event of the Hmong people. It’s a celebration that brings together the entire Hmong community from different areas to celebrate a year of hard work and a great harvest. The New Year celebration usually last a week long and is still held at that [...]
Welcome to our spring event: Details in the Fabric. Have you ever wonder who are the Hmong? Where did we come from? and What’s our culture and religion is like? Join us as we teach the Gustavus Community about our people, our heritage/ culture, and our history in the Banquet rooms March 8th, 2011 from 7:30- 9:30 p.m. [...]
The Hmong New Year is one of the biggest and most celebrated event of the Hmong people. It’s a celebration that brings together the whole community near or far to celebrate a year of hard work and a great harvest. The New Year celebration usually last a week long and is still held at that [...]
In 2011-12′s academic school year the Asian Cultures Club have changed our name into the Hmong American Outreach. Here we are walking in the Home Coming parade for the last time as the Asian Cultures Club. Along with this is the window painting event during Home Coming.
Vision Statement: Be an active club at Gustavus Adolphus College hosting activities to help the Gustavus community develop relationships with students to further cross-cultural understanding. Mission Statement: HACO is dedicated to promote unity, culture, and heritage to encourage and promote multicultural awareness.