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ISL Weekly Newsletter 



ISL Recap



ISL End of the Year Banquet


ISL hosted their end-of-the-year banquet on Tuesday in the Memorial Hall Ballroom. In case you  missed it, here's the list of awards and its recipients:



ISL Events and Updates



International Coffee Hour

Coffee Hour Hosts

Russian Club and German Student Organization
Coffee Hours are usually held on Fridays in the Memorial Hall Ballroom from 11:30 AM - 1 PM!


India Nite: Yuva


This is the last ethnic night of the year, hosted by Indian Student Association this Saturday (4/23) at Tate Grand Hall. 
Dinner starts at 5 PM and the show begins at 7 PM. 




International Graduation Ceremony





ISL Blog



Staff Spotlight: Bri Hart





Looking for Guest Contributors


Check out and read some of the amazing content we posted on the blog! 

If you are interested in writing a piece for the blog or if you have ideas about topics that should be included on the blog, please follow the link below to send suggestions! 





International Student Organization Updates



5K Run for Syrian Refugees






Other Opportunities for Involvement


Hyphenated American


You are invited to Hyphenated American: Latinos, a night of art and panel discussion about the lives of Latinos in the US! This event will include an art gallery, spoken word, and lots of live music (including a live band and two premieres by UGA music composition students). Check out the Facebook event for more details!

Panel will include:
1.) Dr. Sergio Quesada, UGA LACSI professor: discussing why it is important for Latinos to maintain their cultural identity.
2.) Heidy Guzman, MA in Professional Counseling: discussing some of the psychological impacts of immigration.
3.) Andrea Bono, Part-time Bilingual Paralegal: discussing the process to gaining citizenship.

Come learn about the struggle, perseverance, and cultures of Latinos through the arts and educational discussion. Topics of identity, different immigration statuses, educational injustice in Georgia, and more will all be covered. Reception to follow!



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