Finding Your People

To echo what An spoke about in her post (finding a little piece of home), it is important to have your people when you're in college, especially as an international student.

As most know, India has many festivals that are celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm and love. Being away from home on such occasions is difficult but the Indian Students Association (ISA) does their best to make you feel at home. ISA celebrated Navratri with a Garba night at RPAC. There was music, food and people - that's all we need to celebrate any festival. After that event, my friends and I decided we weren't done for the night. So, we went over to a friend's place, had tea, and played the game, Mafia till sunrise (literally sunrise)...


Garba Night

Food!

Another big Indian festival, Diwali, was the weekend after Navratri. We planned to celebrate it with dinner, dessert and games. So, we all (somewhat) dressed up, had dinner, played cards and charades, and again hung out till almost sunrise.


All The SMF South Asian Ladies

Almost All The SMF South Asian Men

Trying To Guess (Probably A Made-Up) Hindi Movie

Lots Of Biryani!

When I started this program, I thought I would meet a few people who probably would become my people but I didn't know so many people would become mine. 

 

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