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Diversity celebrated at Exeter


Exeter Diversity Week begins today, with events running every day until Friday 6 March. Organised by the International Students’ Council (ISC), Diversity Week is in its fifth year and aims to celebrate all the cultures represented at Exeter.

Throughout Monday 2 March a Diversity Fair will take place on Forum Street whilst Forum Exploration Lab 1 will host a Model United Nations on Tuesday 3 March.

The Forum Auditorium will stage the final round of Diversity Week’s Talent Hunt competition on Wednesday 4 March, showcasing student performers. A free screening of Selma will also take place there on Thursday 5 March, with free popcorn available.

The Diversity Ball will conclude the week’s events on Friday 6 March. Held in the Great Hall, it is one of the largest formal balls organised entirely by students.

Iris Ho, organiser of Diversity Week, commented: “You can experience the cultural diversity at university through joining Diversity Week’s events organised by the ISC, no matter what country you are from. Grab the opportunity to meet new people!”

More information on all the events can be found on Diversity Week’s Facebook page.

Sarah Gough, Arts Editor

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