Date & Time: March 25 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: University Center Rm 215/216

In Japanese culture, origami Lucky Stars represent a special gift of love and good luck. Paper stars are also called lucky stars and come from a Japanese story about a girl named Hoshi. Hoshi loved the stars and was sad one night when the stars were falling from the sky. She made paper stars and put them in a jar, one for every star that fell. Ever since then, in Japanese and Chinese culture, people would make stars and place them in a cute jar. Every star represents when they would think about someone or miss someone. Join SEAS on Monday, March 25th, 2024 from 6-8 PM for a therapeutic night of making origami stars with the accompaniment of some yummy Asian snacks!! We hope to see you there!!(◕‿◕)♡(◕‿◕)♡

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