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Dining Services observes ‘International Week’


Filipino Chicken Adobo
Filipino Chicken Adobo
Putting the campus community on the map
Putting the campus community on the map

As part of International Week, Capitol Eatery has been featuring cuisine from the homelands of some of Penn College’s students – serving food from Korea, Myanmar, Puerto Rico, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, the Philippines, Guam and Grenada. To add to the observance, a large map has been displayed and students asked to pinpoint areas around the world that their ancestors were from.
Photos by Amy S. Lingg, Dining Services’ marketing assistant

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