Armenian Students' Association at UCLA
The Armenian Students' Association (ASA) at UCLA was founded in 1945 and strives to internally create a safe community space for its membership through a variety of cultural, social, and activist initiatives, and externally represent the unified voice of its members. As an organization, it is focused on providing a platform for Armenian-American undergraduates at UCLA to connect with their roots, network with one another, and engage with the greater campus community.
Signatories: Mary Keushkerian, Lusin Yengibaryan, and Ellen Tahmasyan
Advisor: Pamela R Cysner
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