On the afternoon of Tuesday, Oct.29, MAIA's atrium became a sea of joy. Our students, faculty, and staff joined the costume party, enjoyed bobbing for apples, carving pumpkins, and painting their own faces. The atrium was full of laughter and passionate spirits- this turned the afternoon to a wonderful Halloween celebration. SAs designed the haunted house and decorated the walls, the posts, and the railings with all kinds of props, and provided a traditional American Hallowee
We often hear a beautiful guitar music coming from the second floor Atrium in the evening, which brings an artistic and peaceful atmosphere to our campus. Here is our wonderful guitar player: Wendi Mo. Thank you , Wendi!
We are picking up the small high lights in our MAIA students' daily life and share them with our community. These moments are not remarkable but they are colorful and also help to bring all of us together. Let's go, MAIA! Basketball Court is one of the most vibrant space in our Campus. The Basketball Athlete of this week: Logan Jiang
University of Massachusetts Boston (UMB) is MAIA's long time university partner. The partnership allows more than 900 students to enroll in UMB from MAIA in undergraduate and graduate degree programs. On Thursday, October 24, Umass Boston hosted MAIA annual visit at the Campus Center, introduced the students' advising system and resident life at UMB Campus, also brought detailed off-Campus housing information for both of undergraduates and graduates. MAIA students were then
On Oct.16, MAIA hosted a university fair, with representatives from over 15 colleges, including UMass Boston, Clark University, Suffolk University, Lesley University and many more! Students got the chance to learn about new university options, ask questions, and speak with admissions counselors from all over the New England area. Our students are collecting the Universities' information. Our student Bai is consulting with the admissions representative of University of Rhode I
We brought poetry to life by using the pages of the extremely popular high school novel, The Catcher in the Rye! Students linked words together to create poems and "blacked out" the remaining texts with artwork. They learned many new vocabulary words with this exercise. SA Kobi led and was joined by Jane Liang and James Chen.
On Oct. 18, last Friday, Students and SA Jalilah spent the night on a hayride filled with spooks and frights! MAIA felt the chilling Halloween spirit and are excited to celebrate this American holiday later this month. Students donated non-perishable goods to local Veterans and were able to get a discount off their tickets for doing so!