Today was the premier of WashU's first Asian interest a capella group called Sensasians. This was their first concert, and they were fantastic! Not only did singing a variety of Korean, Chinese and Thai songs prove their lingual talent, but also singing in tune with choreography demonstrated all the hard work they poured into the group. I can see this group becoming very successful and prominent on campus in the future, and it is exciting to be at the beginning of it all!
I believe that this is a great illustration of how WashU provides opportunities for students to see their visions come alive. Most of the campus organizations are grassroot movements created by students with a passion for their ideas to create change that brings value to the community. If WashU is representative of the world, then it is encouraging to know that our generation has to ability to create and impact the world.