Virtual Festival of Nations - Share a Video with Us!

    April 28, 2020

    Festival of Nations is a cherished tradition for our campus community where students have the opportunity to showcase their native and family countries' culture and heritage through food, informational poster boards, traditional wear, and interactive activities. With that sentiment in mind, we still want to offer that opportunity to our Scranton community.

    We are planning a virtual version for FON, and with that, we are looking for student participants to showcase countries represented in our Scranton community via a 3-5 minute video. Please see the link to our "Student Participant Form" here. We would really appreciate your support in making this event possible.

    The deadlines we have set for this event are the following:
    Deadline to sign up and complete and send videos: Monday, May 4 by 4:30 p.m.
    Day of the event: Friday, May 8 (stay tune through Royal Sync for event advertising)

    What do you need to participate in our Virtual FON?
    1- Submit the "Student Participants Form" on Royal Sync and complete and send your video to by Monday, May 4 by 4:30 pm.
    2- Follow these guidelines and suggestions in making the video about your country:
    o Use of language, music, dress, and visual objects appropriate and where the safety, well being and integrity of the person hosting the video and the intended audience for this event, the Scranton community, which will include student,
    faculty, and staff are respected.
    For the interactive and culture showcase of the country you are representing, here are a few examples of activities you could include in your video:
    o Cooking (short recipe) or drink
    o Showcase and teach a native language
    o Showcase traditional wear and souvenirs from native country
    o Share facts, traditions, values, and celebrations of the country you are representing
    o Showcase and teach a dance
    o You own
    3- Upload your video in YouTube video and send us the link to by Monday, May 4 at 4:30 p.m.!

    For questions and more information about this event contact the Cross Cultural Center at

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