HOLI IS FINALLY HERE! Our biggest event of the year is back on Saturday, April 14th and we're ready for our biggest celebration yet! Come join us for hours of color, water, music, and dancing as we take over Lower Sproul once again! The answers to some frequently asked questions about Holi can be found here. If you still have more questions, feel free to find us on Sproul every day from 10am-2pm.
We'll also be having another movie night and picnic on Memorial Glade coming up soon, so stay tuned!
2/26 Bhangra Night and Holi!
Our next event, Bhangra Night, is coming up soon! Get ready for a night of fun and dancing, as ISA joins forces with Cal Bhangra for this amazing event.
We also have our biggest event, Holi coming up after Spring Break. Join the Holi Committee today, so you can be a part of bringing this event to life! You can sign up here if you are interested.
Stay tuned for more updates concerning Bhangra Night, Holi, and our first movie night of the semester!
2/18 Taste of India!
Taste of India is almost here! A major feature of ISA's latest event is our very own cooking competition! Read about the rules and general event information here. If you are interested in showcasing your skills, sign up here today! Remember, participants get free entry into the event and have the chance to win a $50 CASH PRIZE!
Also, stay tuned for more exciting news concerning a revamped Vaisakhi celebration and Holi's Lower Sproul takeover!
2/5 ISA Spring 2012!
With a new semester starting, we are looking for new members to join ISA council! Are you interested in becoming a part of ISA? Apply for an open council position today! If you are interested, the application can be found here.
We have our usual Spring lineup of events coming up, which includes Taste of India, Vaisakhi Bhangra Night, and Holi, so stay tuned for details!
9/8 ISA Fall 2011!
Interested in becoming a part of ISA? Apply for a council position today! We are looking for a Tech Director, Director of Internal Affairs, and Director of External Affairs. If you are interested, the application can be found here.
We also have Raas-Garba coming up on Friday, September 30th. If you don't know how to do Raas or Garba, come to our workshop on September 28th. More details will be coming soon!
4/3 Holi and Vaisakhi!
Holi is right around the corner, on Sunday April 17th! Come join ISA in taking over Lower Sproul in what may be the largest color fight that you are ever a part of! If you want to buy color, stop by our table on Sproul or reserve online here.
As something new, we'll also be selling commemorative t-shirts for $5 each that you can decorate with Holi colors as either a keepsake or just a way of keeping your own clothes color-free! Shirts will be on sale the week before Holi (starting 4/12).
The fun doesn't just end there! Come to I-House on Friday, April 22nd for Vaisakhi Bhangra Night. It will be a night full of food, dancing, and memories that you will cherish forever! Bring all your friends and have the time of your life!
On a side note, if you haven't joined the Holi Committee yet but still want to help out, shoot Swapnil an email at email@example.com.
In other news, we will be having our first movie night of the semester on Friday, February 11! Come watch Band Baaja Baaraat with ISA and meet some new people. Location will be announced very soon.
1/27 ISA Spring 2011!
Interested in becoming a part of ISA? Apply for a council position today! We are looking for an Associate Tech Director, Associate Publicity Director, Associate Treasurer, and Associate Fundraising Director. If you are interested, the application can be found here.
Also, come out to our Spring General Meeting next week! Come learn about the exciting events we will be holding this semester, and learn more about becoming a part of the ISA team. Click here for more details.
ISA is an on-campus student organization conceived with the objective of representing India and the Indo-American community to the UC Berkeley campus in particular
and the Bay Area in general. One in every six individuals born on Earth is an Indian, yet India as a concept is not limited to the boundaries of the nation-state that
today bears its name. India is verily a timeless civilization, firmly established upon the bedrock of unity in diversity and continuity amidst change.
Throughout the course of world history India has made significant contributions to humanity through science, mathematics, spirituality, literature and polity.
It has given the world leaders and role models including Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Kabir, and countless others. It is with this firm understanding that ISA intends
to present India at the footsteps of UC Berkeley.
Thanks to National Geographic Photography for images.
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