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ISP Labor Day Weekend Fun

By Sabine Eastham

On August 31, 2019, fourteen international students headed out for some Labor Day Fun. The first stop was the "Magic Wok" in Campbellsville, KY. Doyeong Kim from Jinju, South Korea, who prefers to be called "Ryan", said he wants to eat there every week. Mikoto Yamada, from Yokohama, Japan, said this was the first time she used chopsticks since they arrived here in August 15. I wonder if that thought came up as they prepared for their departure to the U.S. If you do something daily and all of a sudden stop doing it- you just then realize how much you miss it!

Our domestic students Dejah Smith from Midway, GA and Brandon Reed, Louisville,KY, showed off their chopstick-using skills having learned those and more over the last few semesters of being ISP Welcome Ambassadors!

The group completed their outing at Philip's Lanes, the Campbellsville bowling alley, where much fun was had.

This story was posted on 2019-09-01 12:44:53
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ISP Students take a Labor Day outing

2019-09-01 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Dakota Smith.
Lindsey Wilson College International Studies Program students headed to Cambpellsville for Chinese food and bowling over the Labor Day weekend.

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ISP Bowling trip

2019-09-01 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Dakota Smith.
After lunch, Lindsey Wilson College ISP students headed to Philip's Lanes.

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