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Conestoga College hosted the first Tollywood Night of the semester in the Venue at Doon campus on Feb. 28, 2020. The event focused on the Telugu community at Conestoga with their taste of music. More than 200 people attended.
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The party was all about Punjabi music and Bhangra, which is the traditional dance form of the northern Indian state of Punjab.
“It helps me expand my group of friends and people who would understand me more,” says first-year student of Business Administration.
CSI hosted the first Bollywood Night of 2020 for international students on Jan. 17 in the Venue at Doon campus to prepare them for another fun semester. More than 100 students attended.
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More than 250 people attended the event, raising more than $7,900 for the local food bank.
The market was filled with a magical and musical ambience. People shopped from nearly 40 vendors who were selling food and holiday decorations.
There were small tables set up by vendors who sold various Christmas ornaments and decorations along with hand-made jewellery, toys and bracelets.
As a part of the Diversity Week celebration, Conestoga College hosted a Bollywood Night for international students at the Venue on Friday, Nov. 22.
Business marketing students organized an Invictus Challenge on Nov. 11, a fundraising event for Soldier On, a Canadian Armed Forces charity program.