Pilpinx Cultural Night 48
Pilipinx Cultural Night (PCN) at San Francisco State University is an annual, student-run production showcasing Filipina/o and Filipina/o American cultures through the performing arts.
PCN aims to guide student development through the following:
encouraging high-impact community involvement
creating a sense of belonging within our community
being the key program in integrating cultural wellness and preservation in the Pilipino American Collegiate Endeavor.
San Francisco State University is home to the oldest, consecutively running PCN in the nation.
The term “Pilipinx” shall hereby be used as an all-gender term–– including Pilipinas, Pilipinos, and Pilipinx who identify in the LGBTQ+ spectrum–– to refer to any person of Philippine descent. To add, the usage of “Pilipinx” over “Filipinx” is a way to assert Pilipinx rights to define their own identities and stories. The change from "Pilipino Cultural Night" to "Pilipinx Cultural Night" was piloted in 2017 with the 47th PCN Ako Ikaw Tayo, and is officially put into effect in 2020 with the 48th PCN.
17: PCN 48 Spring Launch @ 6:30pm
17: Start of Try-A-Suite Week
19: Ketsourine Fundraiser
25: PCN 1st General Meeting: Untitled
26: Chipotle Fundraiser
27: Self-Care with Cam #1
… More fun events to be revealed during Spring Launch!