March 9, 2017 • Anonymous
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Manhattanville College continued the longstanding tradition of commemorating its diverse student body with the 40th Annual International Bazaar on March 3.
With students hailing from more than 35 countries around the world the International Bazaar featured musical numbers that represented many of those countries including Brazil, Puerto Rico, and Russia. Students also represented their native lands during the fashion show waving flags and wearing traditional clothing from their country. The festivities also included campus performance groups like MIMO and Mville Sounds showcasing their abilities.
Between performances the Manhattanville community was entertained by Mohamed Fofana ’19, Dillenny Diaz ’19, and L.A. Adams, director of the Office of International Students and Scholars
, who emceed the event. In addition to introducing the students participating and the countries they were representing, Adams also held several activities on stage to keep the audience involved.
Chartwells, the College’s dining services provider, also participated in the event offering delicacies from all over the world, including many of the countries represented at Manhattanville College.
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International BazaarDillenny DiazMohamed FofanaLA AdamsOffice of International Students & Scholarsoiss