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GALLERY: Students raise money for people suffering from flooding in Sierra Leone

The African Students' Association collaborated with fraternities and sororities to raise money for Freetown, Sierra Leone after the city experienced heavy flooding in August.

<p>African Students’ Association President Dara Adeosun and Alpha Phi Alpha Vice President Morris Dolley open the Banquet Dinner Saturday evening in the Willkie Auditorium. The annual event was hosted by ASA in collaboration with Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority to raise money for Freetown, Sierra Leone, with World Hope International after the city suffered heavy flooding and mudslides in August.</p>

African Students’ Association President Dara Adeosun and Alpha Phi Alpha Vice President Morris Dolley open the Banquet Dinner Saturday evening in the Willkie Auditorium. The annual event was hosted by ASA in collaboration with Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority to raise money for Freetown, Sierra Leone, with World Hope International after the city suffered heavy flooding and mudslides in August.

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