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*Hau Mitakuyepi! *Boozhoo! *Halito Chim Achukma! *Hinįkaragi! *Yá’át’ééh! *Da’anzho!
With the closing of our Semester, AISA will be hosting this last event for everyone before Finals next week!
BYOBeads 2 – Ending the Semester: THIS Wednesday Dec.11 from 4:30-6:30 in OGC 113.
Join AISA in de-stressing before finals by BYOBeads, doing arts and crafts, creating some personalized essential oils, or just use this as a study day.
Also, there will be a surprise for Active Members, so make sure that you come on through!
We hope to see you all Wednesday!
*Boozhoo is translated from the Ojibwe language as “Hello/Greetings”
*Da’anzho is translated as ¨Hello¨ in the language of the Apache peoples.
*Hau Mitakuyepi is translated as “Hello my relatives” in the language of the Dakota people.
*Yá’át’ééh is translated as “Hello” in the language of the Navajo people.
*Halito Chim Achukma is translated as “Hello How Are You” in the language of the Choctaw people.
*Hinįkaragi is translated as “I greet you” in the language of the HoChunk people.