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Penn’s Inn Transformed for Student Activities’ Sushi Night


Chef Sam Morgante offers some hands-on pointers A savory blend of color and texture Video screen aids instruction Good enough to eat Students on a rollThe Student Activities Office continued its popular Short Course program Tuesday night with a sushi-making event. Twenty-five students participated in the program, led by Chef Sam Morgante. The event started with Morgante teaching students about the history and various components of sushi, participants had their own sushi stations in Penn’s Inn and, with instruction from Morgante, got to roll and eat their own creations. Michael J. Hersh, assistant director of student activities for programming

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