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LWC celebrates International Education Week, Nov. 18-22, 2013
Lindsey Wilson College celebrates International Education Week November 18-22, 2013, with great opportunities for area residents to experience different cultures and food every day this week: Monday, South Korean; Tuesday, focus on Uganda; Wednesday, Dominican Republic, Thursday, Europe; Friday, Northern Ireland.
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By Duane Bonifer
At Lindsey Wilson College, International Education Week will be celebrated each day from 3:30pm-5pmCT with a special program that will be one-part talk, one-part ethnic food. All events are free and open to the public. This year's LWC student body includes 110 international students from 40 countries, the second largest international student enrollment in the college's 110-year history.
"To celebrate and share our rich international experiences with the rest of the LWC community and people around the nearby community, we are going to have different activities every day -- student presentations, faculty presentations, cultural presentations, ethnic foods and more," said LWC Director of International Student Programs Suzy McAlpine. "And to celebrate our diverse of student body and international experiences from faculty and staff, we wanted to represent as many different continents as possible."
"International students add so much diversity to our campus," McAlpine said. "They not only bring a different perspective to the classes and to life in the residence halls, but they also introduce our American students to different cultures from all over the world."
Contact: LWC Director of International Student Programs Suzy McAlpine at firstname.lastname@example.org or 270-384-8236.
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