African Students Association

ASA’s twelfth annual Africa week to highlight intracontinental diversity

The African Students Association will host “From Tunis to Cape Town,” the 12th annual Africa Week, Oct. 27-Nov. 2, furthering the organization’s commitment to representing the entire African continent.

| News Editor

Panel analyzes immigration policy and rhetoric in the Trump era

Speakers discussed the immigrant experience in the age of Trump at the panel, “Immigration and Racial Rhetoric in Trump’s America,” April 15.

| Staff Reporter

ASA fashion show highlights student fashion, culture

The African Students Association (ASA) showcased the culture of the African continent at its 13th annual fashion show Friday night in the Danforth University Center’s Tisch Commons. Founded in 2005, ASA’s purpose is to educate the Washington University community and the St. Louis community about the breadth of culture found in Africa.

Sabrina Spence | Contributing Writer

African Students Association hosts annual Africa Week

African Students Association began its annual Africa Week in celebration of Africa and African culture Oct. 29.

Aiden Blinn | News Editor

African Film Festival to include short and feature films, director Q&A

This coming weekend marks the ninth annual African Film Festival on Washington University’s campus, sponsored by the African and African-American studies and film and media studies departments, the African Students Association and the Brown School African Students Association. From March 28-30, films will be screened in Brown 100 starting at 7 p.m.

| Movies Editor

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