IU Northwest will host its 1st annual South Asia Day event on Thurs., Sept. 22. This year’s event will take place from 12:00 p.m. -- 2:00 p.m. in the Hawthorn Quadrangle (the outside lawn between Hawthorn, Moraine, and Raintree).
Explore and experience a diverse culture through exotic dances, delicious food, artifacts and henna hands. The purpose of South Asia Day is to facilitate a greater knowledge and understanding of the South Asia region among campus and local communities; to discuss issues (common and unique) among countries in the region; and to connect with the larger South Asian communities outside the campus.
The event is free open to the campus community. South Asian food will be served.
This event is sponsored by IU Northwest South Asian students, faculty and staff, Center for Cultural Discovery and Learning, Diversity Programming Group, School of Business and Economics, and is supported by the Northwest Indiana Indian American Cultural Center.