Trine MSO presents Diversity Sunday

The Trine University Multicultural Student Organization will present its annual Diversity Sunday at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, at the First Congregational Church, 314 W. Maumee St., Angola.

The presentation will include the following:

  • Christian Gaston, a junior from Wabash majoring in management, will present “Why I Value Diversity”
  • Ebrihem Edrees E Al Namie, a sophomore from Saudi Arabia majoring in engineering, will present “Reasons Why Diversity Is Important”
  • Pauline Odambo, a freshman from Kenya majoring in accounting, will present “Coming to America”
  • Ayasha Siddique Faria, a senior from Bangladesh majoring in chemical engineering, will present “Diversity Promotes Productivity”
  • Phiona Namuddu, a master of business administration student from Uganda, will present “What Diversity Looks Like in My Country”
  • Tyler Littlejohn, a junior from LaPorte majoring in exercise science, will present “The Dynamics of Diversity”
  • Yancy Paola Hansford Bejarano, a sophomore from Mexico majoring in management, will present “Diversity: A Song of Many Voices”

For more information, contact Deborah McHenry, director of student success and retention at Trine University, at (260) 665-4509 or mchenryd@trine.edu.