Rampersad works hard to ensure success of multicultural day

Matt Crawford, Reporter

Natalie Rampersad is a long way from home and she appreciates the opportunity to celebrate some of her country’s traditions. So much so that she has taken the lead role in organizing SFU’s annual Multicultural Day, which was celebrated on the mall on Sept. 26. A junior biology and pre-pharmacy...  Read More »

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