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Student groups highlight different cultures through ‘World In-Sight’ fair

(Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)

By Yun Kyung (Anny) Kim

May 31, 2017 11:20 pm

The International Student Association held its fourth annual multicultural fair, called “World In-Sight,” at Wilson Plaza on Wednesday. About 14 student groups came together to showcase and celebrate diversity through booths representing various countries. Students were able to experience different cultures through local cuisine, traditional music and performances.

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Yun Kyung (Anny) Kim
Kim is the assistant news editor for the campus politics beat. She was previously a contributor for the beat.
Kim is the assistant news editor for the campus politics beat. She was previously a contributor for the beat.
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