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AASA First Year and Transfer Mixer

Come join us as we welcome new 'Dores to AASA! We will have food and games and it will be a great opportunity to meet new people across all four years. If you want to be a big/lil, you must attend and maybe you will find someone you click with!
The event will take place on August 26 from 3-5pm on Magnolia Lawn, be there or be square!
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AASA GBM #1: Big/Lil Reveal

Join AASA for our first General Body Meeting of the year where you will meet your Big/Lil sib! There will be a variety of FOOD catered from Thai Kitchen as well as a variety of Asian snacks!!!
9/3 5-7pm | Sarrat 216/220
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AASA GBM #2: APAHM Kickoff!

Join Vanderbilt AASA as we kick off our annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Month! We'll showcase what APAHM is all about and how you can get involved. In addition, we will be celebrating our heritage through linguistic diversity -- join us for a fun game where we'll all be sharing our mother tongues.
Korean food and assorted snacks will be served.
10/1 5-7p | Sarrat 216/220
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AASA GBM #3: Self Care!

Come to our last GBM of the semester, where we will be partaking in food, fun, festivities, and... studying! We'll have all of your favorite Asian snacks and drinks, self-care activities like coloring books, face-masks, beauty products, and board games.
There will also be a study hall for those that need to get things done. Come one come all!
12/2 5-7pm | Kissam C216
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AASA Speakeasy

AASA is back for the second semester with a speakeasy event - Complete cultural activities across Sarratt and Rand for parts of a code and bring that to the final secret destination room for prizes!
1-28 2-4pm | Sarrat/Rand
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Lunar New Year Festival

LNYF is the product of over 300 students across campus coming together to create a show that reflects the rich diversity present in Asian and Asian-American culture, as well as the Vanderbilt community. The resulting performance is truly one of a kind and one you won't want to miss.
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Taste of Asia

Asia is NOT homogenous, and what a better way to explain this than through food?
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