Rongloy

BSA UTSG Presents: Rongaloy

Rongaloy represents the disparate cultural colours that our mesmerising nation has to offer! Our scintillating traditional dances, our evocative folk music, our fascinating spiritual poets, our mouth-watering khichudi, our delectable desserts and our carnival spirit calls you for the ultimate night of cultural commemoration. Join us as we celebrate our cultural fiesta with stalls comprising of henna, face painting, exciting …

Rohinga Crisis

T O N I G H T! Case Study: Rohingya Crisis and Bangladesh

Described in 2013 by the United Nations as one of the most persecuted people in the world, the Rohingya are a majority Muslim and stateless Indo-Aryan population from Rakhine State, Myanmar. In a divisive political environment of tight military control and following severe persecution, approximately 600,000 Rohingya refugees have fled to neighbouring Bangladesh. To make matters even more complicated, this …

Soccer

BSA Soccer Team Tryouts

Pick up your dirty socks and tie up your shoe laces as BSA prepares to disrupt back campus! Done with the controllers and down with the real game, your love for the sport has inspired us at BSA UTSG to initiate BSA’s first ever official soccer team! *Please bring your T cards to register Venue: UofT Back Campus Field Time: November …

Antara

Antara: Acoustic Night 2017

Get on Grooving, Rocking and Rolling because Acoustic Night 2017 is back! Come join us to fall in love with music all over again! Antara in ‘Bangla’ stands for the part of the song that connects one verse to another. Our acoustic night this year connects Bangadeshi music like never before! Popular bands like The Attempted Band who define deshi …

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BSA Welcome Event: Snakes and Samosas 2017

HELLO DEAREST FIRST YEARS! UofT has taken over our lives with endless assignments and frosh seems to be a part of our glorious past.The universe decided to be generous and we are back with Snakes and Samosas! Amidst all the fun and new friends, we open our associate applications. Join us for an evening filled with delightful games, frolic friends, …

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Nobayon: Celebrating Noboborsho 1424

In the backdrop of the 1424th year of the Bengali Calendar and the vibrancy of the Toronto summer, four enthusiastic student organizations are delighted to celebrate the very best of Bangladeshi culture through food, music, dance and the cultural arts. The BSA-UTSG, UTM-BSA, BSAR, and YBSA are coming together to present to you our Boishakh rendezvous, “Nobayon”. Pohela Baishakh or …

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Khelaghor: Cultural Show 2017

With a sense of immense excitement and celebration, we approach the highly anticipated BSA-UTSG Annual Cultural Show 2017. BSA UTSG is proud to exhibit its 19th Cultural Show ‘KHELAGHOR’. Bangladesh is a hub of intriguing culture, prolific heritage and prominent traditions. Each year we hope to provide the community with the euphoria of being a Bangladeshi, the pride we take …

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Jolshaghor: Acoustic Night 2017

The Bangladeshi Students’ Association-UTSG is delighted to continue its tradition of promoting cultural excellence through the mysticism of music. In collaboration with the Woodsworth College Students’ Association, we are elated to invite you to the Acoustic Night 2017: “Jolshaghor”. Jolshaghor intends to showcase the talent and versatility of various artists from the University of Toronto and beyond. From popular Bangladeshi …

Taal - Discover South Asia

Taal – Discovering South Asia

Back for the second year in a row, the Bangladeshi Students’ Association, Tamil Students’ Association, Indian Students’ Society and Pakistan Development Foundation are inviting you to join us in celebrating and experiencing South Asia! Join us as we bring a taste of South Asia right to the University of Toronto; this is going to be yet another night to remember! …

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20th Year Celebration Dinner: Our Journey & Beyond

20 years of BSA! 20 years of cohesion, rendition, celebration and representation of Bangladeshi roots. As the Bangladeshi Students’ Association enters its youth, we invite you to our 20th year celebration dinner to commemorate the success of our organisation. This event is an opportunity for us to thank our prestigious alumni for nurturing BSA over the years and encouraging our …