• Yael Ikoba-Ndjip

    Yael Ikoba-Ndjip

    Brussels, Belgium
    Accounting Major; Finance minor

    Yael's Bio:
    My name is Yael Ikoba-Ndjip. I am an international student from Belgium. I will be a senior this fall. Throughout my time at St. Scholastica, I’ve been a part of multiple clubs such as International Club, Latino Student Union and United for Africa. I currently work as a Student Office Assistant in the Social Work Department and I have been a Residential Advisor for the past few years.

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    Brussels, Belgium
    Accounting Major; Finance minor

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Club Event

At Saint-Scholastica, there are a lot of clubs students are able to attend. I am an international students from Begium. There is an International Club on campus that aims at bringing americans and international students together.

This club is often mistaken as only accepting international students as members but it’s the complete opposite. Americancs are wanted and welcome. The club meets once a month and every meeting we cook a dish from the host country. Last meeting we mae a greek dish that was amazing. I stronlgy encourage new students to go into clubs that share the same interests or want to discover more and broaden their horizons. 

The club will hold the Black Tie Event during the spring semester. This event will be a formal event where a lot of activities incuding VR, Kahoot and dance on international themes and music. We will have a buffet style of multiple foods from different countries. The club ususally has food from all continents. 

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