Ethnic, cultural, and international groups facilitate community within different identities, and they welcome others to learn and engage with different cultures and perspectives. Many of these groups host small trips and events for their members related to their respective culture or country. Some groups put on cultural shows and events, celebrate holidays, host and attend conferences, and participate in community outreach and activism. These groups receive advising from The Center for Equity, Leadership and Community or the Bechtel International Center.
The panelists included:
- Tenzin Wangdak (she/any) – Co-President, Asian American Students’ Association
- Cami Tussie (she/her) – Vice President Jewish Student Association and Co-President, Stanford Israel Association
- Yasmin Eltawil (she/her) – President, Arab Students Association at Stanford
- Omar Gomez (he/him) – Keynote Committee Head, First Generation and/or Low-Income Partnership and Social & Community Chair, Comunidad for Health Equity
- John Okhiulu (he/they) – Political Action Committee, Black Student Union and Co-President, Stanford Nigerian Students Association