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Students Shine in Colors of Rhythm

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Pictured, members of the South Asian Students Association perfoming in the 22nd Annual Colors of Rhythm. Staged in Finney Chapel last Friday, the event’s main themes included healing and home, as well as “Rhythmic Resistance”. The event, emceed by College sophomores Eder Aguilar and Brian Smith, also featured performances by Oberlin Taiko, African Students Association, Movimiento, and #FASAband. The free event had a suggested donation of $3 and all proceeds went toward the Undocumented Students Fund.

Pictured, members of the South Asian Students Association perfoming in the 22nd Annual Colors of Rhythm. Staged in Finney Chapel last Friday, the event’s main themes included healing and home, as well as “Rhythmic Resistance”. The event, emceed by College sophomores Eder Aguilar and Brian Smith, also featured performances by Oberlin Taiko, African Students Association, Movimiento, and #FASAband. The free event had a suggested donation of $3 and all proceeds went toward the Undocumented Students Fund.

Daniel Firebanks

Daniel Firebanks

Pictured, members of the South Asian Students Association perfoming in the 22nd Annual Colors of Rhythm. Staged in Finney Chapel last Friday, the event’s main themes included healing and home, as well as “Rhythmic Resistance”. The event, emceed by College sophomores Eder Aguilar and Brian Smith, also featured performances by Oberlin Taiko, African Students Association, Movimiento, and #FASAband. The free event had a suggested donation of $3 and all proceeds went toward the Undocumented Students Fund.

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