David Neri, Campus Life Editor
October 30, 2014
On Thursday, Oct. 23, a number of students gathered in the campus center for a roundtable discussion on issues of gender equality sponsored by the Transylvania University United Nations Associations (TUUNA). The group focused its attention on critiquing the speech given by Emma Watson, a United Nations... READ MORE »»
Members of TUUNA (Transylvania University Student United Nations Organization) hosted a reading of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in multiple languages. Pictured left to right are senior Jen Schaefer, distinguished flag holder; Director of the Henry Clay Center for Statesmanship Eduardo Nino-Moreno, who read in Spanish; first-year Sibei Lin, who read in Chinese; Assistant Director of the Henry Clay Center for Statesmanship Bogdan Pater, who read in Polish; senior Rachel Smith, president of TUUNA; Associate Director of Spanish Jeremy Paden, who read in Spanish; senior Kris Smoot, who read in Portuguese; sophomore Ben Miller, who read in German; junior Kelsey Bolger, who read in Japanese; TUSGA President Tyler Baker, who read in English; Associate Professor of Spanish and French Simonetta Cochis, who read in Italian; sophomore Benita Nzamuye, who read in French; and Software Training & Technology Support Coordinator Paul Dimayuga, who read in Tagalog.