Students gather to celebrate Kwanzaa

Elias Gennaoui, junior biology major; Samantha Stefanoff, senior studio art and art history major; and Frances Jones, sophomore business administration major, make bracelets as part of the Celebration of Kwanzaa event Wednesday in Sneaky Park. Making bracelets is part of the principle of Kuumba by sharing creativity and making things for others. Kwanzaa runs from Dec. 26 to Jan. 1. / photo by Darcelle Jones-Wesley
Elias Gennaoui, junior biology major; Samantha Stefanoff, senior studio art and art history major; and Frances Jones, sophomore business administration major, make bracelets as part of the Celebration of Kwanzaa event Wednesday in Sneaky Park. Making bracelets is part of the principle of Kuumba by sharing creativity and making things for others. Kwanzaa runs from Dec. 26 to Jan. 1. photo by Darcelle Jones-Wesley
A table is set with a kikombe cha umoja, or Unity cup, and a Kinara, or candle holder, at the Celebration of Kwanzaa event hosted by the Campus Activities Board on Wednesday in Sneaky Park. The seven candles, known as Mishumaa Sabaa, represent the seven principles of Kwanzaa: Umoja, Kujichagulia, Ujima, Ujamaa, Nia, Kuumba and Imani. The black candle in the center is lit at the beginning of Kwanzaa. Photo by Darcelle Jones-Wesley
A table is set with a kikombe cha umoja, or Unity cup, and a Kinara, or candle holder, at the Celebration of Kwanzaa event hosted by the Campus Activities Board on Wednesday in Sneaky Park. The seven candles, known as Mishumaa Sabaa, represent the seven principles of Kwanzaa: Umoja, Kujichagulia, Ujima, Ujamaa, Nia, Kuumba and Imani. The black candle in the center is lit at the beginning of Kwanzaa. Photo by Darcelle Jones-Wesley
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Darcelle Jones-Wesley, a senior photography major, is photography editor of the Campus Times. Her work can also be found at photographybydarcelle.com.

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