Relay for Life
12th, FASA will be participating in
Relay for Life. Go
the WM FASA Facebook page for the sign-up link. Relay for
a major fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, so sign up to be a
part of the fight against
cancer, and be thinking about our team theme
of Filipino Culture to go along with the relay's theme, Around the
on a Great
job to everyone in the cast, and especially to our Culture Night
Co-Chairs, Abby Acio and Paul Atienza, who organized and directed the
show. It's not too early to be thinking about next year's Culture
As always, we will need actors and dancers, and we'll be
particularly on the lookout for choreographers.
PRESENTS: Culture Night 2013
us February 8th for a night of Filipino drama, dance, and food.
Performance includes a Karate Kid-inspired original play by Paul
Atienze and Abby Acio, with traditional Filipino dances such as the
Pandanggo sa ilaw, a candle dance, and warrior dances like the Sagayan.
$10 At the Door
Location: Sadler Center Auditorium
Show starts at 5:30 P.M.
Doors open at 5:00 P.M.
in the Philippines?
you currently live in the US? Are you 18 years old or older?
If you answered yes to all of these questions please participate in
this survey linked below to assist with a students graduate
thesis regarding Filipino immigrants.
- Jasmin Green
- Paul Atienza
- Cathy Acio
- Deniz Oran
- Megan Rebueno
D7 Representative (2)
- Jeremy Rellosa &
- Jeremy Rellosa
- Harper Yi
- Jenna Tan
Night Co-Chair (2)
- Michael LeFew &
Student Council Liaison
FASA's main objective is
to promote a greater understanding and
appreciation of the rich Filipino-American culture to all students of
the college and community.
to the website of the Filipino-American Student Association at
The College of William and Mary!
The first Filipino-American in
US Congress was Virginia Rep.
Cortez-Scott, a Harvard alumnus.
Facts You Probably Didn't Know)