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Awa Ndiaye

As part of our ongoing series to profile faculty, staff and student representatives, our second feature this month is student Awa Ndiaye.

Name: Awa Ndiaye.

Nickname: Eva (Awa means Eve from Adam and Eve).

Hometown: Dakar / Senegal (West Africa).

It wasn’t Bourbon Street, but students, faculty and staff still celebrated Fat Tuesday with a Mardi Gras celebration on February 17 in the College Gym. Attendees enjoyed hot dogs, burgers, garden and pasta salads, cookies, water and lemonade even had a chance to make their own Mardi Gras mask.

Check out what’s going on this month in the residence halls:

Thursday, March 17: St. Patrick’s Day Party, Featuring Root Beer Kegs and a Best Dressed Contest, 7 p.m.

Last year, Mount Carmel College of Nursing decided to hang up the phone and go virtual for our annual alumni fundraiser. We are excited to announce that we will continue the new tradition of conducting the Alum-a-Thon online and via mail again this year.

Are you looking for something to do? MCCN has FREE tickets to COSI available to students at the front desk in the main lobby. There is a limit of two tickets to individual students or four tickets to students with families.

A basketball tournament at Mount Carmel College of Nursing? Yes!

Who: Teams of at least six students, faculty and/or staff of your choice

What: Nurse Madness!

Want to check out the performing arts scene in Columbus? Go for $5 is a discount ticket program designed to make the arts affordable and accessible for individuals ages 13-25 by offering $5 tickets to select performances from Columbus' top arts organizations. It is based on a program called High 5 that originated in New York City. Simply to go www.gofor5.com, select your show and get your voucher. You can either pay online or at the CAPA ticket office. Participating organizations include: BalletMet, CAPA, CATCO, Chamber Music Columbus, Columbus Symphony, Jazz Arts Group and the King Arts Complex. See the Go for $5 website for more information.

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