YuSU students took part in the “Movement of the First” festival

The festival of the Russian Movement of Children and Youth “Movement of the First” took place in Khanty-Mansiysk recently and our students took part in it. Let us remind you that YuSU has a primary branch of “Movement of the First”. Students of the university are active in various areas - “Learn and discover!”, “Create and inspire!”, “Do a good deed!”, “Be healthy!” and others.

YuSU students Denis Lopukhov and Valeria Atarshchikova were involved in organizing the festival. The guys note that it was very unusual to work at a new level for themselves. "I can emphasize a very good team, which can always support and help at any time. The festival was very rich and interesting. Everyone could try themselves in something new, learn about the families of our district. And at the closing ceremony we could watch the performance of performers who came to Khanty-Mansiysk especially for the festival,” Denis said.

Thus, the participants and visitors of the festival were delighted with the racing car, which was presented by the students of YuSU from the design bureau “FS - Ugra”. Especially children and adults were impressed when the pilot Alexander Glotko showed the capabilities of the car by making steep turns. No one was indifferent: everyone was interested to know how such a high-speed car appeared, and, of course, everyone could feel himself a pilot and capture this moment. As the mechanic Alexey Balakin told, this summer the team of the racing bolide will traditionally take part in the Festival of technical sports Carfest-Ugra, which will be held in Nefteyugansk.

Our international students who came to YuSU from Africa also caused a stir. Tionge Ziba, Taonga Lungu and Miyoba Mudenda took part in the festival as volunteers and gave a master class. The girls created a pleasant mood at the festival and plaited African braids for everyone.

The cadets of the military training centre at YuSU were at the meeting with the fighters-participants of the Special Military Operation (SMO), whom they were able to ask questions. "Also at the meeting was rapper Parom from Surgut.

He performed some of his tracks. His music is patriotic, and many of his songs are dedicated to the topic of SMO,” said cadet Dominik Erokhovets.


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