Husson University students from a variety of countries and international traditions will be sharing expressions of their cultures as part of our 2018 Culture Night. Last year over 300 Husson University students attended this exciting and colorful talent showcase in the Gracie Theatre.
Activities include a fashion show, food, music, and dance performances from cultures around the world. Many of the students wear traditional apparel from their native lands during the event.
The event is hosted by Husson University’s African Students Association and sponsored by the Husson University’s Student Life and Student Activities Offices. The Association is a multicultural student group that promotes cultural and social awareness. The organization seeks to facilitate better communication between African students and other members of the university community, while encouraging activities that build bridges of understanding.
No tickets are required. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the Gracie Theatre box office at 207-941-7888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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