U of S students celebrate diversity on campus

SASKATOON - Members of the media are invited to attend the University of Saskatchewan’s (U of S) annual Global Village hosted by more than 20 student associations in partnership with the U of S International Student and Study Abroad Centre (ISSAC).


Tuesday, March 14
St. Thomas More College Auditorium
1437 College Drive
University of Saskatchewan


Global Village is a student-led intercultural celebration of diversity and international initiatives at the U of S. The event explores what it means to be a global citizen in Canada and on Treaty 6 Territory.

Booths set up by student groups will highlight their culture, programming, activities and more. There will also be a variety of performances and free food for all in attendance.

For more information, please see the event Facebook page or contact Meghan Sired (contact information below).



5 pm: Welcome ceremony, St. Thomas More College Auditorium

  • Speaker: Patti McDougall, vice-provost teaching and learning

6 pm: Global Village fair, Choices, St. Thomas More College


Student group hosts include:

  • African Student Association
  • AIESEC – An international youth leadership program
  • Bangladesh Undergraduate Student Federation
  • Bangladeshi Student Association at the University of Saskatchewan
  • Beyond the Beach – The Politics and Language of Latin America
  • Brazilian Students’ Association
  • Chinese Students’ and Scholars’ Association
  • India Students’ Association
  • Indigenous Students’ Council
  • Indigenous Graduate Students’ Council
  • International Women’s Movement
  • Just Youth
  • Malaysian Students’ Association
  • Mexican student group
  • Nepalese Students’ Association
  • South American student group
  • Spoon USask
  • Undergraduate Chinese Culture Club
  • University of Saskatchewan Filipino Students’ Association
  • University of Saskatchewan Ukrainian Students’ Association
  • U of S Association for Exchange and International Students
  • U of S Model United Nations
  • World University Service of Canada


For more information, contact:

Meghan Sired
Communications Co-ordinator
meghan.sired@usask.caUniversity of Saskatchewan

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