Association of Indian Students at USC

Thursday, March 26, 2009

"Association Of Indian Students" Newsletter - HOLI, Spring Mixer, Soccer WC 2nd Tryouts....

Association of Indian Students

 Hey all,

We would like to remind you all about the HOLI festival which we are going to celebrate this Sunday @ Huntington Beach. We all are fortunate enough to celebrate our festival on a foreign land. What more can one ask for? We would like your presence so as to glorify the festival(See attached flyer for more details). Also, find below the list of the events which we are organizing just for you in this Semester.

(Rang Barse -Holi Hain !!!)

  

Upcoming Events

Event: AIS & HSO PRESENT... HOLI!!! 

Date: Sunday, March 29th, 2009 (THIS Sunday!)

Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Venue: Huntington Beach (Buses will be provided on first-come, first-serve basis)

A reminder of this Sunday's Holi celebrations at Huntington Beach! Buses from USC will be provided (departing from behind Leavey Library) - due to an overwhelming response, bus seats will be filled on a first-come first-serve basis, so be sure to get there by 10 am! For those of you still on the fence, remember there will be FREE food and Holi colors at the beach! 

More info available at facebook site: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=57076547557

Feel free to email us if you have questions about the event (no more RSVP confirmations necessary)! Look forward to seeing you there!

 

Event: AIS Gaming Event

Date: Friday, April 3rd, 2009

Venue: Game Pipe Lab

Details:

All you gamers out there, be ready with your team to fight against other teams. The battle has been begun !!!

 

Event: AIS Treasure Hunt

Date: Saturday, April 4th, 2009

Time: 3:00 PM

Venue: USC University Park Campus and nearby areas

Details:

You would have to hunt for items asked by and return those in the time specified. You will be allowed to form your own team.

 

Event: AIS Spring Mixer

Date: Sunday, April 5th, 2009

Time:  6:30PM onwards

Venue: Ground Zero Coffee House

Details:

Have fun with the following and a few goodies for some too ;)

  • Performance by great artists
  • Dance floor all yours with great Music ON !!! (Bollywood Music :D :D)
  • Last and the most important - delicious Free Food !!!

Entry will be strictly by RSVP which is free. This is avoid last minute hassles.

RSVP Link: http://aisspringmixer.eventbrite.com/

No RSVP, No Entry, No Fun. So help us help you better!!!

 

Event: Soccer World Cup Auditions – 2nd tryout chance

Date: Saturday, March 28th, 2009

Venue: Intramural field (Opposite Lyon Centre)

Time: 4:00PM

Details: As you all know we had kept the 1st tryout for the Football(Soccer) WorldCup organized by International Students Association on last Saturday. We would like to keep 2nd tryouts for those who have missed it last time. We at AIS will be forming the team representing INDIA. Those interested in taking part in this tournament kindly email us at india@usc.edu

And yeah, this is no only-guys tournament. Even Girls are an important part of the soccer team. So if we have any girl who is interested, communicate with us at india@usc.edu

For more question, contact Aditya @ 323-541-6031 or Ritukar @  914-519-8537 or Darshak @ 213-321-0191

 

 

Other Information:

Vidushak Event
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For the first time ever...
Desi Improv meets Apna Bollywood !!!
This friday, Vidushaks will bring Bollywood to USC because...
WE LOVE BOLLYWOOD and WE MISS IT HERE !!!!

So... Let's BOLLYWOOD it !!!

NOTE: We'll be performing at our Spring location i.e. VKC courtyard , towards LEAVEY library (besides McCarthy Quad)

Date:

Friday, March 27, 2009

Time:

5:30pm - 6:30pm

Location:

VKC Courtyard (Facing Leavey Library)

Street:

University of Southern California

City/Town:

Los Angeles, CA

 

ASHA NewsLetter
Asha-LA invites you to read our winter newsletter (attached). Newsletters are windows to the activities and methods of Asha for Education and the current edition contains updates from two projects written by volunteers who have been associated with them for several years. The Basera-e-Tabassum project supports hostels for orphan children in violence hit areas of Jammu and Kashmir. The Street-to-school project aims to bring street children in the Kalighat area in Kolkata out of slums through education. In addition, the newsletter reports on a very successful 5k run that we organized in September'08, and plan to repeat this year.


A fun fact: Slumdog Millionaire's little Salim and Latika are first grade students at an Asha funded school in Bandra maintained by our partner Aseema.


If you are interested in joining us, please subscribe to our mailing list (asha-usc@yahoogroups.com) and drop by our meetings (every other Wednesday 8pm @RTH)

About Asha for Education (http://www.ashanet.org)

Asha for Education is a global non-profit organization dedicated to catalyzing socio-economic change in India through the education of underprivileged children. Asha has been an innovative supporter of secular and non-political educational projects throughout India for the past 16 years. Started by three students at Berkeley in 1991, the organization has amassed a group of people from all over the world, seeking to foster idealism and egalitarianism. It has become a magnet for students, young professionals, and those who simply want a chance to contribute to the betterment of the world. There are currently over 60 chapters worldwide, with 45 in the US alone. The organization is registered as a 501 (c)3 charity in the United States and all donations are fully tax deductible.

Newsletter Attached.

 
 


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Association of Indian Students
Norman Topping Student Center
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0981

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