The Asian Culture Club (ACAC) will be focused on the spread of knowledge about the different cultures within Asia to the Hun community. This club will be focused on learning more about the Asian culture and the differences between the cultures. The club will meet up once every two weeks to discuss ways to effectively spread this knowledge through activities, celebrating Asian holidays, and more. The goal for the club is to make all Hun students aware of the different cultures of Asia. Club membership is open to all Hun students willing to put a bit of effort to learn about the Asian culture.
Black Student Union
The Black Student Union allows students to understand the experiences, history and culture of African-descended people and offers identity exercises that showcase the Black experience. The group meets to discuss issues that impact members of the black community and teach more about the positive contributions those members of the African Diaspora have made to the world. The goal is to understand yourself as an individual and then look at the ways that you contribute to society at large. The club will help the members develop a better understanding of political, social and cultural forces that impact the world through a black student lens. Club membership is open to all Hun School students regardless of cultural or racial background.
Buddies Without Borders
Buddies Without Borders seeks to create a closer community among international students and American students at The Hun School of Princeton. Programing will be centered on community building and increasing both cultural awareness and cultural competency of all participants. Why is it great to be a part of Buddies without borders? Enjoy trips and events off campus! Build lifelong friendships! Enhance the experiences of international students new to Hun! Enjoy food and music from around the world!
Webster's dictionary defines diversity as "the quality or state of having many different forms, types, ideas, etc" and this is the focus of The Hun School Diversity Club. Diversity Club is a safe space for students of different forms, types, etc to come celebrate and learn the qualities of the many different individuals around the world and around Hun's campus. We will learn about social identifiers, discuss many different cultural backgrounds, and find new ways to glorify the diversity that surrounds The Hun School. This club focuses on the difference between the people within our Hun School community with the overall goal to become a more cohesive and inclusive community.
Gender and Sexuality Awareness
GSA aims to promote tolerance towards sexual orientation at The Hun School and promote and defend the rights of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender members of the Hun community by working to prevent any form of discrimination based on sexual orientation or identity.
Jewish Studies and Culture Club
The Jewish Studies branch of the Diversity Club celebrates the Sabbath, Shabbat, and other holidays as they occur during the year. We have relax dinners in the comfortable Breen Campus Center, filled with good food, stories, explanations of traditions, and relaxing and enjoying the company of our peers, faculty, and staff. We attend Shabbat dinners at other Schools and have guest speakers during the year. All are welcomed to experience these special events and others as they are announced throughout the year.
The Masala club is where students can discuss and interact with Indian culture. We go see Indian movies, experience Indian cuisine, and meet together to talk about the role of Indian culture at the Hun School. We host events on and off campus revolving various Indian festivals and holidays, such as Diwali, Holi, Dussera, and Navarathri. Everyone is invited to join the group or attend any or all the events!
Middle Eastern Society
Have you every tried hummus, tajine, tabbouleh, or shawarma? Did you know the Middle East is as culturally diverse as Europe? Did you know that Arabic and Farsi are written in cursive from right to left? If you want to learn more about the Middle East, then the Middle Eastern Society is the right club for you. We discuss current events and celebrate the cultural diversity found throughout the region. All are encouraged to join. As the Arabic script says, 'Ahlan' or 'Welcome!'
The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school. Student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work.