Hello everyone!

As promised, here are some photos from this weeks International Fashion Show. Major thanks to the International Student Association for their hard work and dedication in putting this show together, it was a pleasure having Style Club co-sponsor. Until next year!



The Style Club has partnered up with Delta Mu Delta, Future Business Leaders of America, and the Career Development Center to bring to you “Dress for Success” on Monday, November 12 from 5:00 to 6:00p.m at Southern New Hampshire University (Robert Frost Hall).

Please join us, along with Bernie Marchowsky from George’s Apparel and Krystal Miller from Robert Half International for this informative event on how to dress for success. Whether its at an interview or networking event, we all need to know how to dress for success in the professional business environment!

 When: Monday, November 12, 2012 from 5:00-6:00 PM

Where: Walker Auditorium in Robert Frost Hall, Manchester Campus

Cost: Free

Please RSVP by Sunday November 11, 2012 to either SNHU Tickets or SNHU Recruit.

This week is International Education Week at SNHU! Come enjoy the different events/workshops to celebrate and learn about the opportunities and benefits of international education and exchange worldwide!

As part of the celebration this week, the Style Club has partnered up with the International Student Association to co-sponsor the International Fashion Show!  SNHU students will model traditional attire from their home countries, as well as American fashions. Afterwards, mingle and munch on international snacks, plus cupcakes courtesy of the Cake Decorating Club!
Date: Tuesday, November 6th
Time: 4:00pm
Location: Walker Auditorium, Robert Frost Hall

Hey guys!

The DFC School Challenge has finally begun. This year DFC is reaching out to over 35 countries and 25 million children! – DESIGN FOR CHANGE is the largest global movement designed to give young people an opportunity to express their own ideas for a better world and put them into action. Using the simple 4 step framework, children across the world are saying ‘I CAN’ instead of ‘Can I’

It’s about the time of the year for Riverside students, teachers, and staff to pack up them kits and send them out to the schools all across India; we had about 45,000 packets done in 3 days!

If you haven’t watched this amazing TED talk of Kiran Sethi, who founded and owns both the Riverside School and Design for Change, then please watch now!

On July 15, 2012 I had the greatest privilege of helping lead a Parents of the Park at Parimal Garden:

Parents of the Park is an initiative where children can and will experience “childhood”. It is a partnership between the city’s volunteers and the Municipality. Once a week, the municipality offers the park for children and during this time children engage in activities that enable them to have positive childhood scripting. The activities are organized by the parents and citizens who live around the park area as well as Riverside students. This means that a school can adopt the park for a month and offer activities to the children!

From January 2011, aProCh has started organizing Parents of the Park events in Parimal Garden. Story Telling, art and craft workshops, magic shows and other creative activities that transport children into the beautiful world of imagination, curiosity and creativity. Citizens and experts in their fields are bringing the parks alive for children

As I waited for everyone to arrive I couldn’t resist taking pictures. The park is very beautiful and full of walkers/joggers in the morning.

We started Parents of the Park right under a very colorful tree. We told a story about a pigeon and bus driver (kids had to keep the pigeon from driving a bus)

Again, this park is very beautiful!

We started Parents of the Park right under a very colorful tree. We told a story about a pigeon and bus driver (kids had to keep the pigeon from driving a bus)

After the story we played games with the kids that them pumped up and energetic!

After the games it was time for a magic show. This was probably my favorite part haha.

We even had adults there watching the show; that’s how interesting it was! 🙂

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