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SACE stands for South Asian Cultural Exchange

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SACE (South Asian Cultural Exchange) is one of Vanderbilt's largest multicultural organizations. Our purpose is to serve as a support group and cultural foundation for undergraduate students interested in South Asian culture.
South Asian Cultural Exchange, SACE, is a new organization on campus sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs. This organization will help enable students across the campus to gain a better understanding of cultures from the South Asian continent. Since there is an increasing amount of South Asian students at East Tennessee State University, SACE will help students create a stronger network and foundation with other students and gain a stronger grasp on their heritage.
From Diwali, Holi, and various other events, Vanderbilt’s South Asian Cultural Exchange.
ETSU South Asian Cultural Exchange, Johnson City, Tennessee. 134 likes · 29 talking about this. Official fan page of the South Asian Cultural Exchange at...
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The South Asian Cultural Exchange, SACE, provides an opportunity for the South Asian community at Molloy to come together and celebrate the diversity of South Asian culture while exploring the pluralistic outlooks as a modern South Asian society through events, activities and celebration of cultural traditions. Email SACE@lions. molloy. edu.
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The South Asian Cultural Exchange, commonly referred to as SACE, is dedicated towards sharing and celebrating the South Asian culture with the Vanderbilt and Greater Nashville community. Having started several decades ago under the name of Indian Student Association, SACE has expanded its borders and now become one of Vanderbilt’s largest multicultural organizations with over 250 active members.