Experience cultures at All Nation’s Passport To The World event


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Madoline Plattenberg

NMU’s All Nation’s Club is hosting a Passport To The World event on Tuesday, Nov. 15 from 4-6 p.m. at Whitman Hall to provide students with an immersive experience to learn about new cultures and countries.

Due to a pause in in-person events from COVID-19, this is the first time the event is being held since 2019.

International NMU students from 13 different countries will be presenting at the event to share their stories about travel and what it’s like to experience a new culture or country, Awa Christine, president of All Nation’s Club and a sophomore international studies major, said.

Some of the many countries that will be showcased include the Ivory Coast, Switzerland, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Italy, Switzerland and Poland.

“Honestly, it’s a great way to experience culture by basically not moving and you get to know more about different countries from different continents and this allows students to learn more deeply about countries,” Christine said.

All Nation’s Club meets Fridays at 5 p.m. in the Lodge.

“We would love to see more students come,” Christine said.

Any questions or concerns can be sent to All Nation’s Club’s Instagram @anc_nmu or directed to President Awa Christine at [email protected] or vice president Viactric Thu at [email protected]