February 14, 2019
The Student Association for Enlightenment and Inspiration cordially invites you all for an evening of poetry. We will read, recite, and discuss Rumi’s poetry and let delicious baklava and Turkish Tea be the source of our inspiration.
We are honored to have Professor Stephen Kuusisto join us for the poetry evening on Wednesday, February 20th, at 7:00pm in the Noble Room at Hendricks Chapel.
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This event is made possible by collaboration of following student organizations:
The Student Association for Enlightenment and Inspiration
Central Asian and the Caucasus Student Union
Turkish Student Association at Syracuse University
Iranian Student Association at Syracuse University
Muslim Student Association at Syracuse University
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