Lunch break takes a multicultural twist
D2 Sarah Berriche
Students serve up savory entrees from around the world, satisfying the palettes of foodies across the college — all to the tune of just $5
Nearly 150 hungry diners from every floor of the dental school trekked to the sixth floor foyer in droves for the Nov. 30 Multicultural Luncheon. Members of the Muslim Student Dental Association, Hispanic Student Dental Association, Asian-American Dental Society and Student National Dental Association provided the food for the event, which was created with the spirit of diversity in mind.
To add to the festive atmosphere, many student organization members and faculty advisers donned native attire and folkloric costumes as they dished up the international cuisine.
|D2 Ari Valverde, co-president of the Hispanic Student
Dental Association, dishes food for Dr. Harvey Kessler,
professor and director of pathology in diagnostic sciences.
Photo by Steven Doll
|From left to right: Student National Dental Association D2s
Lina Okorafor; Chianti Woodfork; Nigel Kasali; and Lesley
Photo by Carolyn Cox