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Vineet Singal     (Co-President)
Year: Sophomore
Major: Philosophy and Biology
I want to be a part of a team that throws great events that showcases Hindu culture while at the same time to integrate the general Stanford population.
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Vineet Singal
Ashutosh N. Bagaria    (Co-President)
Year: Masters Student
Major: Electrical Engineering
Field hockey, Soccer, Learning Golf
What I really want to work on as an HSC exec:
Celebrating our religion at Stanford!
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Ashutosh N. Bagaria
Muthu Alagappan    (Vice President)
Year: Sophomore
Major: Biomechanical Engineering
Basmati Raas Dance Team, Stanford Student Biodesign, SAPHOP, Playing tennis, hanging out with friends, pick-up basketball, meeting people.
What I really want to work on as an HSC exec:
I want to bring a lot of enthusiasm to HSC this year. I really think this organization can become a face of the South Asian community at Stanford. I'd like to see HSC host more large-scale events that involve the entire campus. Hopefully it will be a great year.
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Muthu Alagappan
Riddhi Mittal    (Vice President)
Year: Junior
Major: Computer Science (Systems and Artificial Intelligence)
Section Leader for CS 106A, SCA role for a Sophomore College CS class, Co-Chair of Technology for the ASSU Executive Cabinet, Co-Vice President of Strategy and Development for Stanford Women In Business, Director GSB Relations for SPBA, ASES Tech Director
What I really want to work on as an HSC exec:
Dissociate the negativity and superstition people associate with pujas in Hinduism and instead explore the significance behind the pujas and the ways of doing them.
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Riddhi Mittal
Priyanka Venkatesh    (Vice President)
Year: Junior
Major: Music and Human Biology
Carnatic and Western Violin, Bharatanatyam, Salsa Dancing, Backpacking, Bhaarat
What I really want to work on as an HSC exec:
I would like to promote awareness and practice of Hindu traditions and pride for its values through poojas, philosophic debates, and speaker presentations for the Stanford community and beyond.
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Priyanka Venkatesh
Kranthi Kode    (Vice President)
Year: Third Year Grad Student
Major: Computational and Mathematical Engineering
Photography and Hiking
What I really want to work on as an HSC exec:
I like Gita class, multi-faith event and the Olema retreats. So, I want to help organize these events.
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Kranthi Kode
Siddharth Damania    (Director of Public Relations)
Year: Sophomore
Major: Economics and Public Policy
What I really want to work on as an HSC exec:
As an HSC board member, I want to help others at Stanford discover their personal path of spirituality, whether through Hinduism or not. Moreover, I want to further explore the colorfulness of Hinduism and help represent this culture among the rich diversity at Stanford.
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Siddharth Damania
Ved Gund    (Director of Communication - Marketing and Web)
Year: Junior
Major: Electrical Engineering (Circuits and Devices concentration)
Stanford Astronomical Society, Micro-satellite particle detector research, Castano Dorm Government, India, IM Soccer, Manchester United, Swimming.
What I really want to work on as an HSC exec:
Being away from home, I would like to pursue the same activities with HSC that I would in India. I believe it is a great avenue for being up-to-date with my culture and roots.
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Ved Gund
 
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