April 5-12 is I-Week! And what is I-week? A week dedicated to celebrating international culture.
Celebrate diversity by attending one or all of these fun events!
To experience diversity through art and performance, visit the Bottom of My Art at 6pm on April 5th at the lovely Palace Theatre in Downtown Bryan.
In order to experience the Ni-Howdy Talent Show visit Texas A&M’s campus, in the Wehner building, room 113 on April 6th at 7pm. The Ni-Howdy Talent Show is a free, non-competitive talent show showcasing the talents revered in Asian culture.
If you love getting messy, come be a part of Holi: a religious Hindu festival where everyone throws colored powder. Holi will take place at 12pm on April 7th at Simpson Drill Field; check it out because throwing colored powder is ALWAYS fun.
From 10am-4pm on April 8th in the Rudder Exhibit Hall there will be a free cultural exhibition. This exhibition will be hosted by diverse student organizations on campus.
If you want to learn to play traditional Asian games like Carrom and Zheng Shangyou, come to Studio 12 at the Commons on A&M’s campus at 6pm on April 9. Free Snacks and Giveaways!
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