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Cultural Diffusion

July 11, 2018
Posted In: Features

Student National Medical Association holds cultural event

The Student National Medical Association held its annual Cultural Diffusion show on Friday, Jan. 26. ATSU students, faculty, and staff, along with community members and Truman State University students, enjoyed an evening of fun on the Missouri campus.

This year’s show featured a variety of performances with dancing, singing, circus hand balancing, stand-up comedy, and music. The evening concluded with a fashion show of models displaying outfits from countries including China, Germany, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Nepal, Nigeria, and Vietnam.

“Cultural Diffusion provides an opportunity to celebrate the extensive diversity of the students, faculty, and staff on the Missouri campus,” says Lori Haxton, MA, vice president, student affairs. “Whether it is through music, dance, clothing, humor, dialogue, food, or language, this showcase brings us all together to share and appreciate our unique differences and shared similarities!”

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