9/17 KSA Newsletter

Thanks to everyone who came out last night to our DHOUN: Speed Dating event. We hope you had fun meeting potential bigs and littles and getting to know a lot of other people in KSA! 

The big/little pairings will be announced by this weekend.


If you were not able to come out last night but still wish to be a big or a little, please email Peter Rhim, our Representative Director at prhim@bu.edu.

Please include in your email:

  • whether you’re signing up as a big or as a little
  • your first and last name
  • school and year
  • email and phone number

Updates on KSA events

Freshmen Elections 9/19 at 7PM CAS 224

Please come out and show your support for our Freshmen Representative applicants this Wednesday! Come and voice your opinion on who should represent the freshmen in KSA by voting, anyone can vote regardless of grade.



Our retreat scheduled for Oct 5-6 has sadly been cancelled, but we are planning a day trip sometime in October and will keep you posted.


KSA T-Shirt

Our KSA T-shirts are still on sale for only $15. If you haven’t purchased one already but wish to, contact any of our e-board members.


Current Events

Psy’s Gangnam Style is getting more and more famous every day.


Have you seen him with Britney Spears on the Ellen Show?


How about on the Today Show?


Spotlight: Mary Yi (SED ’15) and Brian Nam (ENG ’15)

Last year’s Freshmen Representatives


What was your biggest fear while preparing for your Freshmen Rep Elections?

Mary: “I was so scared about the 2 minute questioning period… I had NO idea what they were going to ask me.. . it ended up being okay… I think I had the least scary questions out of everyone… haha”

Brian: “My biggest fear was not knowing exactly how the elections worked. I knew i was going to be around people I knew so I wasn’t sure how formal of a presentation I should prepare.”

What was your favorite KSA event last year? Why?

Mary: “I loved the Culture Show, I think it’s a lot of people’s favorite event. It’s not really just ONE event, it’s like 3 months of nonstop practices, dinners, meeting new people etc. It was a lot of fun and everyone grew closer together”

Brian: “My favorite KSA event was hands down Culture Show. Not only was it fun, but it showed how organized and prepared KSA was. It was one of those things where you have fun doing work.”

If you could give one piece of advice to this year’s freshmen, what would it be?

Mary: “I would tell them to be open to new experiences and to get to know everyone. ALSO, not to bum around in their rooms… I wasted so much time just doing nothing, I wish I was out exploring Boston.”

Brian: “One piece of advice: try everything at least once. It’s your freshmen year, go have fun! BUT make sure you study equally as much.”



Hope you have a great week and we hope to see you on Wednesday at the Freshmen Representative Elections!


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