On this episode we have the pleasure of chatting with the current Co-Presidents of the Sociology and Anthropology Student Association (SASA): Felicity Hauwert and Jayani Srigouranga. We explore what SASA is and does, how undergraduate students can become involved at the departmental level, and what it’s like being a student. We also get some advice for undergraduate students entering the university for the first time. It’s an episode based on undergraduate experiences inside and outside the classroom.
[06:40] Chat with Felicity Hauwert and Jayani Srigouranga, SASA Co-Presidents.
[37:50] Upcoming Events Around Campus
Find SASA at these links:
Facebook: Sociology and Anthropology Student Association
Felicity & Jayani can be reached at:
For information on how you can help put pressure to release Cihan Erdal, visit: https://freecihanerdal.wordpress.com/
If you can, please write a letter to The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Foreign Affairs: Francois-Philippe.Champagne@parl.gc.ca
Here is a sample of a letter to write to your MP
Follow @freeCihanErdal on Twitter and raise awareness by using #FreeCihanErdal #LiberezCihanErdal
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