Multicultural Night Showcases Campus Diversity

amccnight.jpgCome one, come all to the Indian Cultural Club's presentation of Multicultural Night, and enjoy a sampling of the diverse cultures on Sonoma State's campus. Six different student organizations will come together on Thursday, April 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the Cooperage, to perform pieces that showcase their unique cultural backgrounds.

Multicultural Night is meant to celebrate the diversity found on our campus, and promises to be a festive eve of dance, fashion, and expression of rich heritage.


"Join us as we attempt to cross racial and cultural boundaries in an explosion of diversity and entertainment," say event organizers.


Multicultural Night is a free event, presented by the Indian Cultural Club (ICC), Black Scholars United (BSU), Filipino American Association of Sonoma State University (FAASSU), the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), Sigma Pi Alpha and Ballet Folklorico de Sonoma, and sponsored by the Multicultural Center.


Download the event flier here: multiculturalnightflier.pdf


For more information, contact Lakhvir Gill, president of the Indian Cultural Club, at gilll@seawolf.sonoma.edu.

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