2014-2015 News VSU

Apply for VSU Board!

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It’s that time of year again! Spring elections are right around the corner, so it’s your chance to apply for that position on board you’ve always wanted!

Dates to remember

Applications due for Elections Part I: Executive Board
Friday, April 17, 2015 (Week3) by 5PM
Election Hearing Part I
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 (Week4) & May 6, 2015 (Week6) 7-9PM
Applications due for Election Part II: General Board
Friday, May 8, 2015 (Week6) by 5PM
Election Hearing Part II
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 (Week7) & May 27, 2015 (Week9) 7-9PM
Mandatory Transition Meeting
Friday, June 5, 2015 (Week10) 6PM
Mandatory Transition Retreat
Monday – Wednesday, June 15-17, 2015

Applications are due by email to Evelyn Tran, current VSU president, at trann.evelyn@gmail.com. You must be an enrolled UCLA student and cannot hold more than one position at a time. Feel free to contact our president for any questions or concerns!

2014-2015 Community VSU

VCN Season!

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Hope y’all have been doing well! It’s the time of the year when most of the Vietnamese Culture Nights of other schools are occurring. We’d love if you all came out, so here’s a list of the upcoming dates and prices!

CSUN’s VCN – 4/17/2015
$5 per ticket
CSUSB’s VCN – 4/18/2015
$5 per presale tickets. $7 at the door (PRESALE TO SAVE MONEY)
UCSD’s VCN – 4/19/2015
CSULB’s VCN – 4/24/2015
UCI’s VCN – 5/9/2015
UCSB’s VCN – 5/16/2015
UVSA End of the Year Banquet – 5/30/2015

No other prices are confirmed. However, UCSD is expected to be free. Expect other VCNs to be in the range of $5~$8 per ticket. Also expect to leave UCLA at around 4~5PM, and return by midnight at the latest.

Please contact our ICC, Danny Pham, at Danneboe@ucla.edu to arrange rides or for any general questions or concerns. Hope to see you all there!

2014-2015 Community News

Tết Festival 2015!

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It’s that time of the year again! Come celebrate Vietnamese Lunar New Year with us at the 34th annual UVSA Tết Festival, “Spring of Progress – Xuân Thăng Tiến.”

The Union of the Vietnamese Student Associations of Southern California (UVSA) has been the host of the Tet Festival for over 30 years, with the spirit and hard work of students and volunteers to help bring the festival to life.

Event Hours:
Friday, Feb 20th, 3pm – 10pm
Saturday, Feb 21th, 10am – 10pm
Sunday, Feb 22th, 10am – 9pm

Location:
Westminster Vietnam War Memorial (also known as Sid Goldstein Freedom Park)
14180 All American Way
Westminster, CA 92683

We’ll see you all there!