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University Beat - Passport to the World event from All Nations Club

Passport to the World takes place on November 15th from 4 - 6 pm
Yaqing Li
Passport to the World takes place on November 15th from 4 - 6 pm

An international event for everyone

An international festival is returning to Northern Michigan University's campus.

NMU's All Nations Club is a student organization formed by international and local students seeking to share their culture and experiences from their countries and have fun meeting people from all over the world.

The club will present the return of an event called Passport to the World on November 15th. NMU students will represent more than 10 countries in a casual gathering and presentation to learn and engage with international students.

Public Radio 90 intern Yaqing Li interviewed Lila Isleib from the International Office and Student President Awa Christine Ndiaye about the return of the Passport to the World event:

A conversation between Public Radio 90 intern Yaqing Li and All Nations Club's Lila Isleib and Awa Christine Ndiaye

The Passport to the World event takes place Tuesday, November 15th from 4 - 6 pm in Whitman Hall on Northern Michigan University's campus. All are welcome and the event is free. More information can be found on thehub.nmu.edu (NMU Login Required)

University Beat is a student production that puts the spotlight on Northern Michigan University, covering events and activities of students, staff, departments, and organizations that are of interest to the university and the community at large.

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