Western Kentucky University

Media Relations

WKU Students Celebrate National Saudi Arabia Day

WKU Students Celebrate National Saudi Arabia Day

 
 

The students at WKU celebrated the National Saudi Arabian Day today.

While the holiday falls on Sept. 23, Saudi Arabian students celebrated today with their native food and dancing.

The Saudi Arabian Club President says it's important to celebrate their national day, because there are several hundred Saudi Arabian students at WKU alone.

"There are about 85,000 students that study here in the USA, and about 300 that study at WKU. All of them are from Saudi Arabia, so it's important to share our day."

The event was this afternoon was from 1-5 on WKU's South Lawn.

 
Categories
All News  Now Viewing Category: All
School of Journalism & Broadcasting
CEBS
Media Relations
Academic Affairs
Augenstein Alumni Center
Instruments of American Excellence
Transportation
Emergency Preparedness
Police
Department of Music
Department of Theatre & Dance
Library News
Office of Sustainability
Office of International Programs
Office of Research
Ogden News
PCAL
WKU Greeks News
WKU Parent and Family Weekend
Parent's Association
Student Activities and Organizations
Scholarships Student Financial Assistance
Student Government Association News
Van Meter Auditorium
Teaching News
The Symphony at WKU
Study Abroad
Student Research Council
Student Employment
WKU Joint Admissions
International Student Office
Human Resources News
Cultural Enhancement Series
CHHS News
The Confucius Institute
Campus Activities Board
GFCB
WellU
The Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky
Development and Alumni Relations
Downing University Center
Health Services
Hardin Planetarium
News from The Center for Gifted Studies
Student Financial Assistance
Downing Museum
Etown & Fort Knox
Facilities
Employee Wellness
Latest Headlines
WKU student, recent grads, honored by NSF fellowship
‘Why Sharks Attack’ includes expertise of WKU professors
Can You get Addicted to Exercise?

You've probably heard of "runner's high" and "yoga bliss" -- feelings of euphoria that can come after periods of exercise. And maybe you've heard people talk about how they "have" to work out -- as though if they didn't exercise, they'd suffer severe phy

Featured Articles
 Last Modified 7/23/13