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Why I chase after diversity

Nov 13, 2018 - Comments: 0

Elle Woods abandoned her platinum sorority life to go "Legally Blonde," ultimately finding straight As and self-worth instead of a husband. The girls in "Pitch Perfect" banded together to overthrow the reigning champs of a semi-popular a capella competition in a chase for redemption. Even an unenrolled janitor in "Good Will Hunting" discovered his self-taught genius while mopping the floors of a foot-marked university hallway.

Students play games, exchange culture at MSA Game Night

Feb 26, 2014
Bander Alshamri concentrates on his next move during a game of Carrom. Other players are Diego Cabral (left) and Ryan Oberlin (right). (Photo by Khadijah Bagais)

On Feb. 18 the Muslim Student Association (MSA) teamed up with the Latino Student Union (LSU) for a fun night of games with a diverse group of students. 

Several students played a popular Arab game called Carrom, which is of eastern origin and similar to billiards or table shuffleboard, while others played the more common games of Apples to Apples and Jenga. Everyone was talking, laughing and having fun.

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