2021 International Photo Contest
The Office of Global Engagement is pleased to announce the winners of our second annual International Photo Contest.
Students, staff, and faculty were invited to submit photos from their journeys around the world. Photos are the original work of the person submitting the photo and all were taken outside the United States.
Each photographer could submit one photo in each category, for a total of up to three photos. Categories include People, Places, and Culture.
Photo Winner – Keelan Long
Walking up the steps to Guan Yin, the Buddhist “Goddess of Mercy”
Fan shows support during an Olympique Lyonnais football game
Standing room only performance in Shakespeare’s globe Theater
A young boy and his grandmother enter the Spasso-Yakovlevsky Monastery in Rostove, Russia
Mom singing and sharing music with children in Jamaica
American tourist hold up the Temple of Zeus in Athens
A long road in Xinjiang Province
Exploring the canals of Venice
Looking through the stained glass at a boat in the Golden Triangle ( the intersection of Thailand, Myanmar, and Laos)
International Coffee Café
You are invited to join the Office of Global Engagement at the International Coffee Café.
Date: Wednesday, November 3, 2021
Time: 1:30–3:30 pm
Location: Front Entrance to Moyer Hall
During the month of November, we are featuring Vietnamese Coffee. Join us for a free cup!
The Art of Origami
Join Hiroe Une, international student advisor, and several students in discovering the Art of Origami. You will have the opportunity to fold your own creation and take it with you.
Date: Thursday, November 4, 2021
Time: 11–11:50 a.m.
Location: Weter Lounge
Listen to International Music
Experience African Drumming and traditional Guatemalan Marimba selections by SPU percussion students at their Autumn concert.
Date: Thursday, November 18
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: E.E. Bach Theater in McKinley Hall
The International Student Club is pleased to present a Game Night.
Date: Wednesday, November 3
Time: 4:30 p.m.
Location: Student Union Building
Test your knowledge of flags, geography, and famous people from around the world in a night of games. This event is sponsored by the International Student Club. Three Kahoots will be played. First-prize winners will earn a $5 gift card
Diwali — Festival of Lights
CoThe Asian American Student Association is pleased to host a Diwali Celebration.
Date: Thursday, November 4
Time: 4:30–6 p.m.
Location: Weter Commuter Lounge
Diwali is often called the Festival of Lights and represents the victory of light over darkness or good over evil. Join in to learn and experience the music and lights of the festival and the sweets that are used to expresses gratitude and acknowledge the presence of others in our lives.
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