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Host families and LWC enjoy international student's foods

By George Kolbenschlag

Friday's International Market Day at Lindsey Wilson College offered host families, students and faculty a taste of food from many countries prepared by Lindsey's international student body.

The annual event gives the international students an opportunity to prepare delicacies from their homelands.

Lindsey Wilson is a true global village. More than 100 international students from more than 30 different countries attend Lindsey.



The host families have no financial obligations, but offer students an opportunity to have a broader cultural experience beyond the college campus. If you would be interest in hosting a student you can contact Sabine Eastham at (270) 384-8236.


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Market Day at LWC showcases international students



2021-10-23 - Columbia, KY - Photo by George Kolbenschlag.
International Market Day at Lindsey Wilson College gives host families, students and faculty a taste of food from many countries prepared by Lindsey's international student body. The annual event gives the international students an opportunity to prepare delicacies from their homelands. For more details and how to become a host family see the article that accompanies this picture.

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International Marketplace



2021-10-23 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Lindsey Wilson College. More than 200 students, faculty, staff and community members attended the International Marketplace in the back lawn of the International Student Program (ISP) House at Lindsey Wilson College on Friday. The annual event provides cuisine and culturally enlightening experiences to the community. Fourteen countries were represented at Friday's event. This fall, LWC's ISP program enrolled a total of 122 students from 42 different countries.
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International Marketplace: Authentic Indian cuisine



2021-10-23 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Lindsey Wilson College.
Professor of Communication Greg Phelps enjoys authentic Indian cuisine and a chat with Harshini Gangaraju of Nizampet, India and Reshma Challarapu of Visakhapatnam, India at the annual International Marketplace held at Lindsey Wilson College on Friday.

The annual event provides cuisine and culturally enlightening experiences to the community. Fourteen countries were represented at Friday's event. This fall, LWC's ISP program enrolled a total of 122 students from 42 different countries.

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