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    University Celebrates Festival of Nations

    Kania School of Management Dean Michael Mensah, Ph.D., left, speaks to University student Audrey Nlandou, who is representing the Republic of Congo at the University’s Festival of Nation.
    July 23, 2018

    International students at The University of Scranton represented their native cultures through a mix of meals, native dress, artifacts and music at a Festival of Nations held on campus in the spring semester. Dozens of nations were represented at the event. Students who studied abroad also participated in the event organized by the University’s United Colors Organization and the Cross Cultural Center. 

    At the University’s Festival of Nation are, from left, representing Columbia is University political science major Karolina Gomez and Richard Abril, Ecuador, a junior majoring in economics.

     

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