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Club Feature: International Studies Club

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By Katelyn Hawkes
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The International Studies Club is a student organization dedicated to learning about the different cultures that occupy the world.

Photo courtesy of the International Studies Facebook page.
Photo courtesy of the International Studies Facebook page.

When?
Every Tuesday from 7:00-8:00 p.m. in conference room 108 in the Center for International Studies in Derrick Hall

Purpose?
The purpose of the club is to provide students with the opportunity to discuss international topics and bring awareness of these topics to the student body.” – Club president Sara Moya,

Who should join?
“Anyone is welcome to join the club… All we ask is that they have an interest in international politics or culture.” – Moya

How do you get involved?
Show up to one of their meetings or follow them on Facebook or Twitter.

An upcoming event to check out is the discussion of the dilemma between Palestine and Israel with Dr. Elizabeth Bishop.

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