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One of the many performances at last years PakSA culture night.

Pakistani Student Association hosts annual culture night

By Shahzmeen Hussain December 1, 2015

Biryani, flavored rice made with Indian spices and meat or vegetables, and nihari, a curry consisting of slow-cooked beef or lamb along with bone marrow, are two well known South Asian dishes that attendees...

Students play cricket on the South Quad on April 24. Participants are members of the Cricket Club of Illinois, a registered student organization. Cricket tournament finals will be Sunday on the South Quad.

Unifying cultures through cricket

By Abrar Al-Heeti April 30, 2015

Every Friday night since April 4, the South Quad has transformed into a cricket field.Over 100 people, mostly from Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, spread out across the lawn to play cricket for recreation....

Cash in on smarter spending

Cash in on smarter spending

By Matt Silich February 19, 2015

Living in an age where technology is constantly evolving to make the satisfaction of desires more quickly and easily accessible, it’s becoming increasingly hard to resist overindulging in all the temptations...

Esma — great grandmother of Sebnem Ozkan, outreach coordinator at the European Union Center — was a Turkish woman who was forced to flee Greece with her five children.

Modern Greek Studies to screen ‘Twice a Stranger’ documentary

By Brittney Nadler May 7, 2014

Her name was Eleni, and she was just a toddler when she and her siblings fled Turkey barefoot with everything they could carry during the forced migration of the early 1920s. With her brother at her side,...

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