Friday, April 29, 2011

NSGA shows 'Babies' as first diversity event

Kendra Sweet

     Northeastern State Government Association and Northeastern Activities Board are teaming up to give students a chance to take a journey around the world. This event takes place in the UC ballroom April 25-25 from 11-1 p.m.
     NAB and NSGA will provide different foods from indifferent areas around the world along with showing the movie “Babies.” The movie is a documentary that films the lives of four babies form four different parts of the world. The movie is said to be a feel good, inspiring,
eye-opening and at times a poignant cinematic must see film by the New York Times.
     “This is our first diversity event so we are hoping it goes well. I’m really excited to have the chance to bring these two organizations together to bring students an event that is exciting and eye opening all at the same time. I hope to see lots of student’s there.” said Sandra Guzman, Claremore senior and NAB films chairperson.
     For more information call 444-2526 or stop by the student activities office located in the UC basement.

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