“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” -Henry Ford Hokkaido University International Students’ Association (HUISA) has received a brand new executive committee members for the academic year of 2018-19. The committee consists of young, energetic and lively people from different parts of the world. Lets hear what the new…Read more »
“The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.” –Phil Jackson Every year Hokkaido University International Students’ Association (HUISA) steps down for a General Assembly. On April 13, 2018 HUISA had a General Assembly to elect a new set of officers to lead the international student community of Hokkaido…Read more »
Dear HUISA members, Happy spring!! The new and beautiful season has just started. We hope you will enjoy the warmth of sun and beauty of Sakura in Hokkaido. Its nearly the end of year for our executive members (2017-2018) who have worked hard in HUISA. In this one year, we tried to organize an event…Read more »
Hello HUISA Members! The Executive Committee of HUISA would like to update some changes in the HUISA Constitution (Please see red texts on the attached file). In summary, here are the updates of the Constitution: 1. According to the constitution, article 7 section 1, HUISA shall hold the General Assembly at least 2 times per…Read more »
HUISA presents this year’s “Bunkasai 2017: Culture Festival!” Watch and experience different culture shows from countries all over the world! Performers have a chance to win cash prizes for the best performances of the night! Come join us and enjoy! Advanced Happy Holidays to all! (See the poster below for more details)
HUISA would like to announce it’s plan for the 2017 Summer Trip!
Like in previous years, HUISA would like to continue the 100 yen campaign. This year, we would like to support Syrian Hands, an organization which aims at solving the educational problem of Syrian children by bringing them back to their schools inside their home towns. A donation of 100 yen would be enough to support the…Read more »