Learn about us. Serena Zacharias Thursday, February 28, While spreads of authentic bubble tea, butter mochi, dumplings, turon, samosas and taiyak are normally anomalous to find at Notre Dame, a number of cultural clubs on campus will be cooking these delicacies up for a night of delicious food, vibrant performances and traditional games.
Article I. Section 2 : The purpose of this organization is to promote awareness of the South Asian culture and of all members of the College of William and Mary and its community; to provide social and educational activities for all interested individuals; to promote identity and unity among the South Asian Students of the College of William and Mary. Article II.
By Emily R. Ehret, AB' Known for its bright colors, inexhaustible performers, and blend of traditional and modern inspirations, the show routinely sells out Mandel Hall.
Applications should include a CV, three recommendations and a writing sample, and should be submitted to Interfolio ID: by 1 December Questions should be directed to the Chair of the Search Committee, Prof. Silvana Patriarca, at patriarca fordham. Fordham is an independent, Catholic University in the Jesuit tradition that welcomes applications from all backgrounds.
We are SASA! We aim to be an inclusive community for anyone who is interested or apart of South Asian culture, everyone is welcome! We also have an office located in the UMC, room where our officers hold weekly office hours, come say hello!
After a dinner spread of South Asian dishes from samosas to paneer, the bubbly and satiated audience spilled into Mandel Hall. As a first-time SASA attendee with minimal exposure to South Asian culture, I never would have anticipated the explosion of student artistry and enthusiasm I experienced. SASA takes fun seriously.
The Adamian Law Club is a recognized campus executive board. The club affords students the opportunity to share common interests. This student group organizes law-related events such as guest speakers, visits to the Annual Law School Forum, visits to local law schools and other events.
Campus programming organization University Union will be involved in the production of the performance, in addition to the many student cultural organizations collaborating with SASA on the project. While most UU events are facilitated by the organization with help from its co-sponsors, the SASA event will mark the first time that the organization takes a backseat role. Nathan Muller, a senior television, radio and film major and co-director of performing arts for UU, said the event would mark the first time in his time at SU that the organization has taken such a role in a large-scale event.