URACCAN New Guinea promotes healthy coexistence between internal study
Internal students from URACCAN New Guinea, sharing sorority experiences.
Judith Robleto

Living together as a close-knit family

On Friday and Saturday, May 1 and 2 respectively, the internal students of the University Residence of New Guinea participated in a coexistence in a natural space to strengthen the twinning ties promoted by URACCAN.

The activity that convened more than 40 young students from URACCAN was developed in a country space where, in addition to socialization and talks with themes for life, basic techniques for camping were learned. It was accompanied by the Academic Secretary of the campus and the team that makes up the area of Student Welfare.

According to teacher Yamilex Aguilar, responsible for Student Welfare, "with the activity, a better coexistence was achieved between students, presentation of culture from the place of origin of each, socialization among scholarships of the residence and better communication between them", always complying with the security measures against COVID-19.

For Jorge pineda, a misquito student in the Yakalpanani community, the activity meant "a unique experience, sharing a pleasant time with other people of another ethnicity".

In this context, the young Azayla Mora, from the Misquita San Andrés community of Río Coco, also stated that this "experience was pleasant" and that "the time she invested in the activity made the most of it".

Ana Gabriela Aguilar Robleto, a half-breed student from the municipality of San Miguelito, argued that "the activity was the best way to spend a weekend, get distracted, and spend it as a family. Because that's who we are when it comes to coming to URACCAN's residence! We become a family, both residents and those responsible for Student Welfare. It was an unforgettable weekend that I would like to repeat."