Every semester the Estrella librarians seek to engage and reach out to students who may not be familiar with the Estrella Library. Participating in student club activities is one method to reach students and promote the Library’s resources and services. Working with the Asian Pacific Islander Club (APIC), I coordinated a social educational event that utilized my educational background in Asian Pacific American Studies and research methods. I created an interactive presentation to engage students to think critically about the food they eat using a popular culture context (K-Wave). Participants engaged in reflective thinking about prior beliefs/understanding of food origins, perceptions of Americanness, and how K-Wave as a form of popular culture has sought to promote South Korean cuisine. At the conclusion of the presentation I displayed the source list for the information resources cited and provided readers’ advisory by showing (displaying) books and DVDs from the Estrella Library collection that related to the talk. This was a successful outreach activity as it helped to connect students to a faculty librarian and the Estrella Library collection.