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MSU student from Haiti to speak Jan. 27

January 20, 2010

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Dominique Etienne, a student at Montana State University from Haiti, will speak at noon on Wednesday, Jan. 27, in SUB Ballroom B about Haiti's culture, history and recent tragedy.

Etienne is studying at MSU on an exchange sponsored by the U.S. State Department. Her presentation is sponsored by the MSU Office of International Programs.

The OIP, the MSU Global Culture Club and ASMSU have placed collection jars around campus to raise funds for Haitian relief. They can be found in the Union Market, ASMSU offices, Student Activities office, Dean of Students office, Renne Library, OIP in Culbertson Hall, A.C.E., and Student Health and Family & Graduate Housing offices. All funds collected will go to Doctors Without Borders in Haiti.

Debra DeBode, 994-7180, debode@montana.edu