South Asian Student Association
"The South Asian Student Association (SASA) is an undergraduate student organization at the College of William and Mary dedicated to promoting cultural unity and awareness in the college community and among its members. The countries of South Asia are: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka. Some of the goals that SASA strives to meet are: to educate the College community of South Asian culture and heritage through educational, social, and charity events, to encourage students to learn, experience and continue South Asian culture, to gather and round up students in addressing critical issues that face the South Asian community in the United States, and to provide an enjoyable atmosphere for the College community members interested in South Asian culture."
The Indian Cultural Association was formed in 1991 with its foundation year being 1992-1993.
Material in the Special Collections Research Center
- Guide for conducting research related to the College of William & Mary
- South Asian Student Association in the SCRC database.
- The Flat Hat student newspaper; search the index available in the SCRC by person's name, student group name, event, or topical heading
- Colonial Echo yearbook
- http://web.wm.edu/so/sasa/?svr=www, South Asian Student Association website, accessed on 4/6/2009.
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