Here are the experiences of three Asian Americans who attended HBCUs in search of a unique experience in higher education.
We are heartbroken. Jessica Lum, an award-winning journalist and former photo editor at Hyphen, died of a rare cancer on January 13, 2013. She was 25.
"I had a great life but I must leave." These were the last words written by David Q. Phan, a 14-year-old Vietnamese American junior high school student from Taylorsville, Utah, before he committed suicide. A grieving family -- and multiple...
The 2012 election revealed that although Muslims are voting, they are not organized to the degree in which they can advocate for policies that protect and benefit their communities.
Hyphen's Ivan Natividad pays homage to the courage and compassion of Senator Daniel K. Inouye.
Writer Matthew Salesses describes why -- as a Korean adoptee -- the Radiolab 'Yellow Rain' fiasco felt deeply personal.
Democrats have targeted four AAPI Congressional races as "red-to-blue," or as having a good shot at transferring from Republican control.
Kollaboration Star 2012 features the winners from Kollaboration events across the nation vying for the title of "Kollaboration Star."
In this Hyphen exclusive, Kao Kalia Yang shares her side of the story following Radiolab's Yellow Rain debacle.
We're talkin' 'bout a revolution! Our latest issue features key revolutionaries Grace Lee Boggs and Yuri Kochiyama, along with grassroots movements happening today.
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