A Global Village in the TEC

New students, when I say Regional Night, what do you think of? Saturday night blew those preconceived notions out of the water! Our first EMEA Regional Night brought together the European Business and Culture Club, the Middle East North Africa Club, and the African Business Clubs in an event full of delicious food, lively cultural performances, and, of course, beer. This Regional Night was especially influential as it gave a chance for over 75 prospective students to visit our school and see what makes us true T-birds!

Whether you spent your night chowing down on some delicious bruschetta, grabbing some hummus for your pita, or dipping some injara bread in your lentils, all of us could come out and enjoy a night full of laughs and dancing around the TEC. New students were showered with their first experience of a Regional Night and it was not a let down. “People actually came up to us and told us that it was one of the best EMEA Regional Night in years,” said 2nd tri MSGM student Stuti Vora who serves as Communication Chair of the African Business Club.

The night was an incredible success especially if you managed to get your hands on one of those extra trays of delicious lasagna! Until next Regional Night Thunderbird!

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