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Gannon International Night 2024 arrives this weekend.

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Poster of the 2024 International Night.

April 12/Midnight 

Erie Pa., — This Saturday night, the Gannon Recreation and Wellness Center will be packed with cultural performances, tasty food, and several activities as part of International Night, an annual celebration of Gannon University. 

Hosted by Gannon’s Global Student Organization and Global Support & Student Engagement, the 2024 International Night, Passport to Unity, promises a night full of tasty food and cultural experiences. Accordingly, the event will feature cuisine from various countries and entertainment from Gannon’s talented students, faculty, and staff members. 

“We have about 11 performances from all over the world and about 16 tables cooking for International Night,” states Shreaya Baidya, President of Gannon’s Global Support Organization. 

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As part of Gannon tradition, the event aims to offer both domestic and international students an enjoyable time to appreciate cultural diversity. Throughout its longstanding tradition, International Night serves as a gateway for cultural exchange, promotes understanding and celebrates the richness of different cultures represented within the community. 

Through this event, participants not only gain a deeper understanding of different cultures but also forge meaningful connections and friendships, contributing to a more harmonious and interconnected community.  

“By showcasing various traditions, cuisines, performances, and art forms from around the world, International Night aims to create an inclusive and welcoming environment,” Baidya elaborates on the mission of the event.  

“People from all backgrounds can come together, learn from each other, and appreciate the beauty of cultural diversity.” 

The event will take place on Saturday, April 13, with food being served starting at 6:00 p.m. Gannon students and children under the age of 8 can enter the event without any entrance fee. Tickets are also available for non-Gannon students at a rate of $15 per person. 

For more information, click here. 


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