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Perspective

Perspective
Voice your opinions and views

Cambodian Student Society
California State University, Long Beach

  Volume I Issue II     Perspective     November,1998

 Officers' Names
 President
Steve Vibol Ouch


 Vice-Presidents

Sopheap Keo
Chhoun Sen


 Secretary

Roeun Chin


 Treasurers

Sokha Huot
Kiry Poeun


 COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLICITY

Phany Kong


 Club's Photographer

Chris Chung


 Webmaster

Pok Khem


 FACULTY ADVISORS
Dr. Teri Yamada
Mr. John D'Amicantonio


 Student Life & Development Advisor

Vasanthi Ananth


 Message Board


 www.csulb.edu/~camss E-mail:  camss@csulb.edu 

 INTRODUCTION

  Cambodian Student Society (CSS) establishment of Perspective was based on a variety of purposes. First, CSS wanted to provide opportunities and accessibility for students and individuals to voice their opinions and viewpoints. Thus, the title Perspective supports the idea of writings and creativity based on one own experience. The Khmer title came into surface based on the guidance of Mr. Manara. This title describes that the content of our newsletter is merely a reflection of our perspective in life and society. Second, Perspective is a tool for CSS to help educate and create awareness within our community and us. The work in Perspective contains comments and facts that are viewed by our staff as important to the well being of our community. For instance, this issue contains topic such as parents involvement, orphanage in Cambodia, sexual transmitted disease such as AIDS and more. Although some of these topics may be considered controversial or imappropriate by some, we feel that it is vital to our community that discussion of such occurs. Third, CSS encouraged fellow Cambodians to share experience, culture and customs with each other and society as a whole. Furthermore, Perspective also serves a a foundation to promote an atmosphere for academic goals and achievement among Cambodians. As a part of our community services commitment we are providing job listing and CSS networking where professional and students can interact.

   Sopheap Keo
Vice-President of CSS

"The truly educated can listen to any view without losing their temper or self-confidence." --Robert Frost

 IN THIS ISSUE:

Comment on your Perspective September 16,1998

  SYNOPSIS
AIDS in Cambodia/Long Beach

Orphanage in Cambodia

A Lost Identity among Cambodian-Americans

Parents' Involvement In Their Children's Education And Activities

Funraising for the Angkor Hospital for Children

Fourth Annual Fall Back-to-School Bonfire September 25,1998

Cambodian Student Society First General Meeting September 11th, 1998

 Message Board/Discussion




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