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Board game nights at LWC ISP

By Autumn Lynn

Lots of activities happen at the LWC campus every day--so many that sometimes it is hard to choose which one to go to. We are glad that 13 students chose to participate in one of the initiatives as LWC International Student Programs hosted a "Board Game Night" on Monday, February 17, 2020.

The activity is geared to bring students together and wind down after a long day of classes. These students thoroughly enjoyed themselves as they competed with friends in games of Jenga and Uno. Student employees Autumn Lynn and David Contreras hosted the gathering and are looking forward to offering it again next month.

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Board game nights at LWC ISP

2020-02-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Autumn Lynn.
Among the students who attended were Mikoto Yamada, Yokohama, Japan; Kayla Broderick, Lawrenceburg,USA; Bonseung Koo, Seoul, South Korea; Kirabo Lucy, Kampala, Uganda, Tamaki Sawada, Tokyo, Japan; Autumn Lynn, Summer Shade, USA and David Contreras, Tompkinsville, USA.

Not pictured are: Brandon Reed, Taylorsville, USA; Boye Kim, Jeju-si, South Korea; Marie Kurata, Aichi, Japan; Jaehee Jeon,Jeollabuk-do South Korea; Jihae Kim, Incheon, South Korea; and Jenny Ryu, Jeollabuk-do , South Korea

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