Monday, June 15, 2015

Fwd: Dabba- Stanford's South Asia Magazine- Spring 2015 issue now available online.


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From: Sindu Singh <sindu1@stanford.edu>
Date: Sat, Jun 13, 2015 at 5:07 AM
Subject: Dabba- Stanford's South Asia Magazine- Spring 2015 issue now available online.
To: southasiastudents@lists.stanford.edu, southasiafaculty@lists.stanford.edu, southasia@lists.stanford.edu


We are proud to bring to you the second issue of Stanford's South Asia magazine- Dabba.  We were delighted with the overwhelming response to our inaugural edition and would like to thank you, the Stanford community, for your support and enthusiasm.  In this issue, we offer an eclectic mix of subjects- from a 13-year-old's journey to visit her ailing grandfather in Sri Lanka, to a CSA intern's summer experience working at a Waste Picker's Collective in Pune, to stories about an album release, a play review, recipes, spreads on various cultural events/organizations on campus and much more.  It is our hope that you will thoroughly enjoy Dabba's second outing.  Please do write to us at stanford.dabba@gmail.com with your submissions for future issues, suggestions for improvement and other out-of-the-dabba ideas.

Please click here to view the magazine online.

-CSA Dabbawalas





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Sindu Singh
Program Coordinator
Center for South Asia
Stanford University
Encina Hall West, Room 104
417 Galvez Mall, Stanford, CA 94305

southasia.stanford.edu



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2 comments:

Shankar Bharadwaj said...

why are you even posting this "south asia" link? and look at the stereotypical picture. this is saddening.

nizhal yoddha said...

shows how badly brainwashed indian students are even at elite universities in the US. in fact, stanford law school is one of the most hostile places to india, and i think it comes from the proliferation of ASHA, AID and FOIL types in silicon valley.