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Texas State welcomes Asian, Desi, Middle Eastern, Pacific Islander, and Ally students, staff, and faculty. It is a great opportunity to network and learn about University resources and opportunities that are available. Please RSVP.
When: Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Where: LBJ Student Center Ballroom
Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Food - Music - Refreshments - Prize
Programs and Events
|Sakura Festival - Cherry Blossom Festival |
Sakura Festivals trace their roots back to ancient Japan, where the cherry blossom was considered to symbolize a life lived to the fullest, no matter how brief. The Sakura Festival is also a reminder of fresh beginnings and the renewal of the spirit that comes with spring. It is an opportunity for the entire San Marcos community to immerse themselves into a wide variety of Japanese culture.
|Holi - The Festival of Colors |
'Holi' the festival of colors celebrated in India, particularly with dance, food, music, and colored powder to offer a spring parallel of Navratri. On the day before,a bonfire is lit in the main squares of the villages and colonies. People gather around and celebrate the event with singing and dancing, which is symbolic of the victory of good over evil. Join ISA as they continue this tradition, and experience their rich culture through the food.
|Diwali - Festival of Lights |
Diwali, a five-day celebration honoring the victory of good over evil, is recognized in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Singapore, among other countries. The Indian Student Association is responsible for its annual recognition at Texas State.
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