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LWC UNC Club makes First off-campus trip of 2020

By Shauna Jones, President
Lindsey Wilson College United Nations Club

Several members of the United Nations Club (UNC) went to show off their roller skating skills in Bowling Green on Saturday, February 8, 2020. The purpose of the club is to cultivate a relationship between the International and domestic students that is supportive and encouraging while having fun and unifying all cultures and ideas within the Lindsey Wilson College family.

This was their first trip for the spring semester 2020. The next trip on the agenda will be March 21, where members dare to visit the Waverly Sanatorium.

This story was posted on 2020-02-09 11:01:08
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United Nations Club goes roller skating

2020-02-09 - Bowling Green, KY - Photo courtesy Dakota Smith.
United Nations Club members De'jah Smith(Domestic Student, LWC ISP Student Ambassador) Tamaki Sawada, Mikoto Yamada, Marie Kurata,(exchange students from Japan) Sumin Park, Bonseung Koo, Jaehee Jeon, Jihae Kim, Chaewon Ryu (exchange students from South Korea), President Shauna Jones, and Student Advisor Dakota Smith.

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