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Tue, 30 Oct 2018 20:43:58 +0000
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Dear community,

Diwali 2018: Like every year the Indian Student Association is celebrating one of the biggest diversity event of UVM i.e. Diwali Night, to take place at 6pm on Friday, November 9th 2018, in the Davis Center's Grand Maple Ballroom. For over a decade, Diwali has been one of the major cultural festivity on the UVM campus and for city of Burlington. Diwali is a journey through cultural immersion, from vibrant colors and joyful rhythms to breathtaking performances (6-7:30PM) with a delicious platter of Indian food (7:30-9PM) and Bollywood DJ night (9-10:30pm). In previous years, we have welcomed around 350 guests, including individuals from the greater UVM community. Our program includes music, dance, and other performances by talented groups at UVM and from the larger community. Specially, this year we will have President Tom Sullivan and Leslie Sullivan as our chief guests. Admission to Diwali Night performances are free for everyone and admission to Diwali dinner tickets are available online - https://uvmtickets.universitytickets.com/w/event.aspx?id=1362 .

Aayudh Das
President, Indian Students' Association (ISA)
University of Vermont
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Website: http://isa.w3.uvm.edu/

Masha Shelukha
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Center for Cultural Pluralism
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