Trivia contest, speeches to focus on citizenship
Students in the Asia University America Program at Western Washington University watch a U.S. citizenship naturalization ceremony in Miller Hall on Nov. 8. The ceremony was the first of its kind ever to take place on Western's campus. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU
Members of the Western Washington University community can get a look at what it takes to become a U.S. citizen at a free event Nov. 19 in the Underground Coffeehouse on campus.
"The Test: What it Takes To Become a Documented U.S. Citizen" will feature three speakers talking about the citizenship process. The presentations will be preceded by a special edition of Underground Coffee House Trivia Night focues on the U.S. citizenship test.
This event is presented by the AS Social Issues Resource Center.
Western played host to a U.S. citizenship naturalization ceremony earlier this month. WWU senior instructor Laura Carney, who teaches students in the Asia University America Program, became a U.S. citizen along with five others during the ceremony.
For more information, contact Ean Olsen at 360-650-6804 or email@example.com.
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