Tastes and talents from around world featured in annual International Coffeehouse Feb. 5

Monday, January 31, 2005

Tastes and talents from around world featured in annual International Coffeehouse Feb. 5

The annual International Student Club Coffeehouse begins with a 5 p.m. international feast in College Mennonite Church Fellowship Hall and is followed by a 7 p.m. international student variety show in Umble Center. Part of the profits this year will be donated to Mennonite Central Committee’s Tsunami Relief Fund and a needy international student for their tuition, club activities.

The international feast will include dishes similar to those served last year, which included a buffet of dishes from India, Korea, Cameroon, Tibet and Japan, among others. The performances in the show will include dances and music from around the world.

Tickets cost $15 for the dinner and the show, and $8 for the show only ($9 at the door). Tickets for kids under 12 and GC students are $10 for the dinner and show, and $5 for the show only. Tickets are available in the Goshen College Welcome Center by calling (574) 535-7566.

Editors: For more information about this release, to arrange an interview or request a photo, contact Goshen College News Bureau Director Jodi H. Beyeler at (574) 535-7572 or jodihb@goshen.edu.


Goshen College, established in 1894, is a residential Christian liberal arts college rooted in the Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition. The college’s Christ-centered core values – passionate learning, global citizenship, compassionate peacemaking and servant-leadership – prepare students as leaders for the church and world. Recognized for its unique Study-Service Term program, Goshen has earned citations of excellence in Barron’s Best Buys in Education, “Colleges of Distinction,” “Making a Difference College Guide” and U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” edition, which named Goshen a “least debt college.” Visit www.goshen.edu.