Who Are We?
The South Asian Students Alliance (SASA) is the largest cultural student organization on Northwestern's campus that is dedicated to the spreading and celebration of South Asian culture. Throughout the year we proudly put on events that display our South Asian heritage, the largest of which is the annual SASA Show held in February.
The purpose of SASA Show is to share various aspects of South Asian culture through the format of dance and music with the Northwestern student body.
We believe SASA Show will further Northwestern's mission by showcasing diverse forms of dance and music from different parts of South Asia, sharing an important part of this culture with the wider student body beyond the South Asian community. The show features performances from student groups including traditional South Asian dance groups, South Asian American fusion dance groups, and even a fusion a cappella group. The show is open to the public, and each year we have seen more than 500 people in attendance.
Why We Need Your Help
We're looking for your support to help cover the cost of putting on a show of this scale, from booking the performance venue to hiring a photographer to capture these performances. We want to be able to provide the participants of SASA Show with everything they need so that they can best exhibit their talents and share their cultures. That's where you come in!
With your support, we hope to raise $4,000 for SASA Show. This will cover costs including the venue, photographer, videographer, lighting, sound design, security, publicity, and programs for the event. Gifts of any amount will help us increase the quality of the overall performance and the experience of both the audience and the performing groups. We sincerely appreciate anything that you can contribute toward this effort.
What Can You Do?
- Give to our project! Any amount, no matter how small, makes a big difference.
- Share this page with your friends.
- Come to our show this coming February in Ryan Auditorium