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Desi Club hosts Desi Night


By Zara Samdani, Co-Managing Editor

This past Sunday, the Desi Club transformed Tredyffrin Library’s meeting room into a thriving hub of South Asian culture. The annual Desi Night event united more than 50 students from different cultural backgrounds.

Adorned in traditional attire, students arrived at 5:30 p.m. As they entered the library, they were greeted with embraces from peers as well as the aroma of Indian spices. Tables laden with an array of dishes awaited: crispy chicken spring rolls, soft butter naan and lime soda, among other traditional foods.  

At 7:30 pm, the energy shifted as the dance floor became the heart of the night. Club leaders played a pre-curated playlist filled with popular Desi tunes, igniting a dance party that showcased traditional styles.

The night drew to a close at 8:30 p.m. with some students still dancing on the dance floor.

Check out some photos from the event below!

Desi Night 6/2/24

Zara Samdani can be reached at [email protected].

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Zara Samdani
Zara Samdani, Co-Managing Editor
Zara Samdani is a junior and the Co-T/E Life Editor of The Spoke. She covers school activities, student features and local events. Outside of the newsroom, she supports Girl Up, an organization that advocates for girls' rights, and plays for Conestoga's squash team.