IGSA Brings a Taste of India to Happy Valley

Penn State’s Indian Grad Student Association shined a light on Indian culture during Jashn 2016 Sunday night in Schwab Auditorium.

Penn State’s Indian Grad Student Association (IGSA) hosted Jashn 2016 Sunday night in Schwab Auditorium, shining a light on Indian culture while integrating other global cultures through music and dance.

IGSA was formed in 2003 with objectives to act as a platform to integrate Indian graduate students and postdoctoral scholars throughout the university, and to behave as a global group at Penn State.  In addition to Jashn, the organization hosts other cultural events throughout the year, such as events to encourage participation from all students of the community and to help in showcasing the Indian culture to American and various International Communities at Penn State.

A packed crowd in Schwab Auditorium was treated to an evening of performances by solo performers and dance groups on campus. Most notable was Penn State ballet club Volé, Penn State dance group Ghaamudyaz, a Garba group, Penn State de Sher, a Bhangra group and Penn State Fanaa, a South Asian a cappella group.

Team Underground was on hand to capture the event. Check out photos from the event below!

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Photo Credit:  Kevin Abrokwah and Candice Crutchfield

About Adriana Lacy (64 Articles)
Adriana is from the oh-so-famous town of “Right Outside of Philly,” Pennsylvania currently double majoring in Public Relations and African-American Studies. She is a passionate sports fan, avid reader, and an obsessive tweeter. In her spare time, she enjoys writing about sports and social justice while drinking urban-framed, artisan crafted coffee. A proud black student, Adriana considers herself a social justice warrior and strives to promote racial equality and diversity in her community. Email her at adriana@undergroundvoices.co and tweet with her at @adriana_lacy

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