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Roadrunner Photo Roundup: Cultural Fair Edition

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Dalton State recently hosted a cultural fair on the campus quad. Multiple student organizations collaborated to host the event that offered music, food, dancing, interactive booths and informational booths. Here are some highlights from the fair:

1. Traditional Folklorico Dance

The Latin American Student Organization (LASO) hosted the folklore dance group, “Grupo Folklorico Euzkal.” The dance group performed dances originating from various Mexican states that brought a vibrancy to the stage.

2. DIY Anklets and Bracelets

The Black Student Alliance (BSU) hosted an anklet and bracelet-making booth. Evanna Bonese, BSU president, is shown wearing traditional Cameroonian dress while helping students at the booth.

3. A History of Henna

The Justice Equity Diversity and Inclusion Leaders (JEDI) hosted a history of henna booth.

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