ALUMNI PROFILE"I try to live the vision of Soka. My life would be worthless if it wasn't dedicated to world peace and caring for other people." More
Class of 2006
Live a Life That Demands Explanation - Storytelling event benefiting DIL and Invisible ChildrenDate: 03.31.2012
Time: 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Location: Soka Performing Arts Center
"Live a Life That Demands Explanation" is a storytelling event hosted by Residential Life & SUA student Anushe Shoro. This event is a benefit show for DIL (Developments in Literacy) and Invisible Children and will take place on March 31st in the Soka Performing Arts Center. Invisible Children will be sharing their story along with performances by Soka students through different creative mediums such as dance and spoken word. Come learn what Soka students are passionate about and see how they plan to live a life that demands explanation. Special guest Baba the Storyteller will also be performing. The suggested donation for the event is $5 at the door (cash only.) The doors to the lobby will open at 7 pm, and the show will start promptly at 8 pm. Get there early as seats are first come first serve!
Anushe Shoro, SUA Student, is hosting this event along with Residential Life.