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PHOTO GALLERY: International Day flag ceremony

Tuesday, September 28, 2010 | 10:14 p.m. CDT
International students and volunteers carry more than 60 international flags from the Francis Quadrangle to Lowry Mall on Tuesday. The MU International Day Flag Ceremony was started three years ago in an attempt to create more awareness of the International students that attend MU. An international bazaar on Lowry Mall featuring international cuisine and cultural presentations followed the ceremony.

MU held its third annual International Day celebration, an event that promotes diversity on campus. The event began Tuesday morning with a flag ceremony in which students and volunteers marched from the Francis Quadrangle to Lowry Mall holding international flags. At Lowry Mall, participants took part in a bazaar featuring food and demonstrations of world cultures.

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