From: Hindu Students Council <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat, Nov 6, 2010 at 8:03 PM
Subject: HSC Diwali Wishes and Appeal
Key Accomplishments of 2010
HSC's momentum remains strong in 2010.
· On September 25th, HSC Reinvigorates its Ranks with New Leadership. Priya Radhakrishnan, HSC's General Secretary, was appointed as the new HSC President. Priya has been involved with HSC for the last eight years from her days at Boston University and University of Illinois at Chicago. Ravindra Jaishankar, a recent graduate of Rutgers University, was appointed as HSC's General Secretary. Ravi was the General Secretary and President at Rutgers and has been involved with HSC for the last four years in various local and regional capacities. HSC also appointed Neal Sankhla and Siddharth Jain, recent graduates of Lehigh University, as coordinators for the Public Relations and Outreach Team. Similarly, HSC appointed Aditya Kashyap and Swapnil Patel, alumni of UC Berkeley and Rutgers University, as coordinators for Chapter and Regional Activities Team. All of these leaders have solid experiences running HSC chapters and organizing various local and regional events.
· HSC successfully organized its 20th Annual Camp at Vraj Bhoomi in Pennsylvania on Memorial Day weekend. Students from over ten of HSC's fifty-five plus college chapters, traveling from as far away as California, attended the event. The camp marks a historic twenty years of HSC serving the community. The three day camp included inspiring talks by Acharya Vivek from the Chinmaya Mission, daily Poojas and Mantra recitations, a talk on Seva by Anju Bhargava, yoga sessions and much more fun! Overall, the camp left the student attendees with a general sense of excitement and pride about their Hindu heritage.
· HSC's Attends the White House Session on Advancing Interfaith and Community Service on College and University Campuses, Washington DC on August 23rd. HSC Announces Partnership with Hindu American Seva Charities for Seva Activities on Campuses. HSC sent a delegation of two students, Krishna Dalsania from University of Maryland and Sohini Sircar from Georgetown University with the goal of the conference to find ways to advance interfaith and community service on college and university campuses.
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