The semester is coming to an end so that means it's time for our Annual VEGA Night! VEGA Night is our end of the year gala focused on our VSA's achievements and accomplishments throughout the year. We will also be announcing next year's, 2018-2019 E-Board! It will be held on Saturday, April 21st at 6:30PM in the LSU Union Royal Cotillion Ballroom. This is definitely an event you do not want to miss, so save the date!
It is that time of the year again where e-board terms are ending and we must find the new leaders of XULAVA. This year, we are hosting our annual End of the Year Banquet to introduce the new e-board and say good-bye to the old e-board. Come join us as we close end the semester with food, friends, and lots of love!
Let’s Get Ready to Rumbleeeee! On April 14th, Loyola will be holding Iron Chef, the annual cooking competition that pits teams from every VSA against each other—resulting in a fiery competition that makes Food Wars look like more of a verbal disagreement than a war. Held in the St.Chrales Room of the Danna Center,
Purchase your tickets in advance now at this link!
Online/Early Ticket Sales: $5.00 Per Person
At-the-Door Sales: $8.00 Per Person
Invite your family; invite your friends! Come learn more about the Vietnamese Culture by attending our annual Culture Show at Nutt Auditorium. Just to give you a small idea of what you will see— there will be a fan dance, skits, and more!
Tributes will test their strength, skills, and brains and only the best of the best will be able to endure the challenges set forth. They will be subjected to rigorous obstacle courses, mind games, and harsh conditions. Only one team will win and leave the arena alive! Will you be our victor?
Join Gulf Coast in celebrating the New Year (Tet) after the New Year (Tet)! We will have a variety of entertainment from the VSAs of the Gulf Coast (Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi). There will be booths with food, fun, and games from each school. Make sure to bring cash to participate in each of the booths!
Hey everyone! Don't forget that UNO VASA's second general meeting for the Spring 2018 is on Tuesday March 6th. The meeting will be held in Kirschcman Hall Room 224, and starts at 12:30 as always. We'll be learning a little Vietnamese, talking about upcoming events and service opportunities, and more, so make sure to attend! See you there!
Hey LASO lovers! We will be having another social movie night, and this time we will have a screening of “Daughters of Mother India”, a documentary that sheds light on India’s uphill battle against gender violence. *Disclaimer* Although we are looking forward to spreading awareness, the subject matter can be overwhelming for some viewers. With that being said, we hope that y’all can come with us on this journey meant to bring further understanding of an issue that spans all around the world.
Celebrate the Lunar New Year with TUVA (Tulane University Vietnamese Student Association) on Sunday, February 18 at 1-3:30 PM in Kendall Cram - LBC. Have more than just a taste of the Vietnamese culture with free food, performances, games, and giveaways in this festival-themed event. Free and fun-filled cultural experience open to all*!
Welcome back everybody, we hope everyone had an awesome winter break and is all ready to grind through the spring semester. On that note to kick off this semester, we would like to welcome everyone to our first general meeting for this semester. During this meeting, we will lay out the coming plans for the semester and other events that will be held throughout the Gulf Coast. With Tết around the corner, we hope to educate those of the culture that surrounds this event. Food, maybe, provided. Hopefully this would encourage you to come and learn something about the culture of Vietnam. We hope to see you there.
Hi everyone! UNO-VASA is here to spread some love with our Valentine's Day Bake Sale! Thai tea, rose tea, and baked goods will be sold, along with festive red roses to give to your special someone. Check us out on February 14th from 10am to 3pm under the Library breezeway!
Hey y’all! LASO is having a screening of the documentary “Save My Seoul”; a film that dives into the dark underbelly of South Korea’s sex industry. We would love for y’all to come and embark on this fascinating and informative journey with us. So come down to our library’s multimedia room and hang while we all learn more about one of the least known aspects of South Korean culture.
Hey everyone! Let’s welcome 2018 and the start of our spring semester with a general meeting on Thursday, January 25 at 5:30 p.m! We will be discussing all of the events we have planned for this and any other upcoming announcements!
We’ll see you at Bryant 111! 🙂