Attention all seniors! We will be celebrating you and your commencement this spring in our annual Senior Send-Off! Join us for a night of reflection, trivia games, and more on on Thursday April 29th at 6pm CST! Zoom Link: https://wustl.zoom.us/j/97563368983?pwd=T0FtODFvMmdORVY3clFJUm1jYTBjUT09
Are you interested in working behind the scenes to create amazing events like last week’s fashion show? We are accepting applications for next school year’s executive board! If you are interested in joining our team, please complete the application (https://bit.ly/3tqPYdH), by midnight on Sunday, April 18 and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Email email@example.com if you have […]
Get Hype! The Washington University African Students Association will be presenting Tartan Cusub: Do Ask, Don’t Tell NEXT SATURDAY, April 10th at 7PM CST on Zoom! Tartan Cusub is a Somali phrase that translates to “new challenge” and we are embracing the challenge to mask up this year while celebrating the beauty of the continent! You are […]
The 2021 African Film Festival at Washington University returns with internationally acclaimed, groundbreaking films from March 26-28, 2021. The festival is free and open to the viewing across the United States in its virtual format. Screenings will be held through the platform, Eventive. In addition to the evening films, we will still host our Eye on Youth through a watch Party at 10am […]
We hope you’re feeling creative because we are having an ASA Craft Night THURSDAY, March 25th at 6 PM CST on Zoom! Join us for a fun night of guided craft activities! You will need a few supplies and if you are in the STL area, craft supply kits will be available for pick up at the […]
Join us next Thursday the 11th for our first roundtable of the semester! We will be discussing how neocolonialism is affecting the continent currently and what it means for the future of Africa. Our case studies will include lessons from Thomas Sankara (Burkina Faso), the Franc CFA (French West Africa), and Coltan mining (Democratic Republic […]
Try out for this year’s fashion show – Tartan Cusub: Do Mask, Don’t Tell! Your 15-second video is due Sunday January 31st by midnight, be sure to submit it to this link: https://rb.gy/v7puqj
Start off the spring semester with a fun game night! We will be playing a variety of online games (Crazy 8, Doodle, etc.) – feel free to suggest more games for us to play! Zoom Meeting ID: 975 4708 1660
Aya Chebbi, award-winning Pan-African feminist, and founder of the Afrika Youth Movement (AYM) will be leading a panel discussion on Thursday the 10th at 4pm CST! We will be discussing how African youth are using current media and digital platforms to change the face of leadership! Meeting ID: 966 9310 9140 Passcode: 814009
Join us for Africa Week 2020! Live in the Kitchen with ASA: Learn how to make concussion rice from Aisha Odusanya! Pull up to the IG Live @asa.washu on Monday the 26th at 5pm CST! Panel Discussion with Ms. Aya Chebbi: Aya Chebbi, award-winning Pan-African feminist, and founder of the Afrika Youth Movement (AYM) […]
Zinash: Bridge the Gap is our annual event done in conjunction with Admissions! Help spread the word to any first or second-generation African high-schooler that lives in Missouri or Southern Illinois! There will be an Admissions information session, a Financial Aid presentation, a student panel, time for a Q&A! Registration for high school students is […]
Welcome back everyone! We would like to invite you to our first GBM of the year. Join us to meet our Exec team and other Africans at WashU! Hop on the Zoom call at 6:00pm CST! (Meeting ID: 960 4204 3503)
Join us for our next roundtable on Monday, March 2! We will be having a conversation about disappearing languages in the African continent and the influence of language on our cultural identity. There will be FREE, delicious samosas!
The Washington University African Students Association presents Sankofa: Into the Afroverse! Get ready for our 14th annual student fashion show! Sankofa is an Akan term that expresses the idea of returning to one’s roots in order to move forward and in this year’s show, we are preserving and sharing the traditions that make us Africans. […]
What does technological growth, innovation, and creativity look like on the fastest growing continent? Join us for our next GBM THIS Thursday, February 20 in Simon 17 @6PM! You are in for an exciting discussion, a game, and FREE FOOD! Invite your friends!
Are you interested in modeling? Want to display the diversity, beauty, and brilliance of the African continent? Tryouts for the annual ASA Fashion Show will be held January 14-16th in DUC 248 from 7:00-9:00 PM! Please complete the linked form if you are interested in auditioning; no experience necessary! The fashion show will be held […]
We are collecting clothing donations for our annual fashion show! If you would like your African clothes to be featured in this year’s show, please see the flyer below for drop off times and locations. All clothing will be returned after the fashion show.
The long-awaited cooking GBM is coming up!! Join us for our last GBM of the semester on Thursday, December 5 in the Dauten Kitchen! Come learn how to make delicious African foods like fried plantains and wind down before finals! We’ll have games, music, and good vibes! All are welcome!
Join us for our last roundtable of the fall semester! International adoption, specifically on the African continent, has been a hot button topic in recent news and we are bringing that conversation to campus. Some of the topics that will discuss include adoption policies within Africa, the controversy surrounding international adoption in relation to white […]
GBM! We’re getting real competitive this week with Jeopardy: AFRICAN Style! Come test your knowledge and maybe win a really sweet prize! Bring your friends, form your teams, and get ready to play!
GET READY FOR AFRICA WEEK 2019!!!! Monday, October 28: Dr. Menna Demessie, Vice President of Policy Analysis and Research for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, will be leading an interactive panel discussion! She will be discussing the need for the U.S. government to recognize the importance of partnerships with Africans and Africans in the U.S. […]