Students dined on kimchi fried rice, egg puffs, hurricane popcorn and other Asian-inspired treats at the Asian Pacific-Islander Student Union’s annual night market on Saturday.
Inadequate educational facilities, the threat of violence on the streets and a lack of mentors are all problems that plague adolescents who live in impoverished neighborhoods.
The possibility of attending a four-year university is often out of the question for these young people. Members of the Santa Clara community are trying to change this reality.
This Sunday, April 6, from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., “The Bend” located by the intersection of Market Street and The Alameda will be filled with various booths hosted by Santa Clara student organizations.
The event’s theme, “It’s A Small World!,” relates to bringing people of all backgrounds, lifestyles and cultures together – one of Global Village’s major goals.