The Oriental Hipsters belly dance club perform at the International Fair talent show Saturday, Jan. 26 in Kresge Recital hall. (Casey Mendoza/TKS)
Saturday, January 25
The 33rd annual International Fair will take place from 1:30 p.m. until 7 p.m.
The Flag Parade and Cultural Showcase will be at 1:30 p.m. in Kresge Recital Hall and will feature numerous flags from around the world and a student talent show.
The Food Fair and booths will take place from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. in the Oak Room and will feature food from over a dozen countries. The buffet menu is as follows:
- India: Mango Lassi (yogurt drink), Pani Puri (fried bread and mint water), Pav Bhaji (bread and vegetables with sweet chutney)
- Caribbean and Southern U.S.: Curried Shrimp, Jerk Chicken Kabobs, Macaroni and Cheese
- Myanmar: Burmese Chicken
- Malaysia: Cucur Udang (prawn fritters)
- Sri Lanka: Marie Biscuit Pudding
- China: Breakfast Crepes, Fried Tofu, Lamb Kebab
- France: Sandwich au jambon et fromage (ham and cheese sandwich on baguette), Tart au chocolate (chocolate tart)
- Germany: Bierbratwurst (brats in beer and onions), Bratkartoffel (roasted potatoes with bacon)
- West Africa: Jollof Rice (chicken and rice stew)
- Ghana: Kelewele (fried plantains)
- Nigeria: Suya (grilled beef skewers with peanuts)
- Japan: Oyako-don (parent and child rice bowl), Pork Miso (vegetable soup)
- Korea: Bulgogi (soy marinated grilled beef), Kimchi-Jeon (vegetable pancake), Sujeonggwa (persimmon punch)
- Mexico: Agua de Tamarindo (tamarind water). Champurrados (hot chocolate), Buñuelos (fried dough balls), Chicken & Cheese Tamales
- Venezuela: Arepas (cornmeal patties)
- South America: Arroz con leche (rice pudding)
Sunday, January 26
The Newman Club will sponsor a Campus Mass, lunch and spiritual discussion about the Gospel of St. John at 12 p.m. in the Common Room in Old Main. The discussion will be led by Father James Arcidiacono, a monk with The Community of St. John. Confession will take place at 12 p.m. in Room 216 in Old Main.