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International Festival Features Traditional Food, Performances and Artistic Presentations
Returning for its second year, the Center for International Services is hosting the International Festival on Sunday, April 24, at 4 p.m. in Goldstein Auditorium, inviting campus community members to experience various cultures and celebrate our global community. Included in the event are eight Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) that will table, host artistic presentations and serve food from their country, region or culture.
“The event is a great opportunity to be exposed to a wide range of cultural experiences, sample food from around the world and meet and appreciate the many talents of our students,” says Director of the Center for International Services Juan Tavares.
The RSOs tabling at the event includes African Graduate Students’ Network, Caribbean Student Association, Chinese Union, European Students Association, Filipino Student Association, La Société Francophone, Latin American Student Association and South Asian Student Association.
Admission to the event is free and, once at the event, attendees may purchase $1 food sample tickets (cash only) to try available foods. In addition to sampling the food items from each table, attendees are also encouraged to engage with each RSO at their table and view the artistic presentations given by each RSO.
For more information, contact the Center for International Services at 315.443.2457 or email@example.com.
Written by Student Experience communications intern Isabella Podgorski ’22, College of Visual and Performing Arts.