AMSTUDChella: A hippie stylistic assembly

American Corner Manila has been in constant support of our student body, The Organization for the American Studies, a.k.a, AMSTUD, and as always it lent a helping hand when the organization held its first general assembly on June 26, 2014 at the Roofdeck of the Henry Sy, Sr. Hall.

According to Ms. Angelica Mae de la Cruz, the AMSTUD project head, this assembly aimed to promote the unity and awareness of its members by providing a holistic, educational and fun event which also serves as a venue for members to meet one another, as well as to promote the American culture with its theme.

A Coachella-inspired style was chosen as the event's theme. Coachella is an indie music and arts festival held annually, usually in the Spring, in Indio Valley, California. Aside from being regarded as a festival of great music, it is also a great way to show the participants' hippie-inspired fashion sides. All the AMSTUDChella attendees were encouraged to showcase their great sense of free-spirited style.

The event also highlighted the organization's upcoming programs accompanied by some performances and hilarious games on the side.

Event photos courtesy of
The Organization for American Studies FB page