International Student Club Coffeehouse 2005
There are few places where you can experience the tastes and cultures of countries all over the world at the same time. But the Goshen College International Student Club offers such an evening every year -- transporting the audience to locations dotting the globe.
The coffeehouse begins with an international feast, including a buffet of dishes from India, Korea, Cameroon, Japan, Indonesia, among others. Then students in the club show off their talents in a variety show of dances and music from around the world.
Profits this year from the event were donated to Mennonite Central Committee’s Tsunami Relief Fund, as well as to help a needy international student for their tuition and for club activities.Eight to 10 percent of Goshen students annually represent more than 30 countries outside of the U.S and Canada, lending an international flavor to everyday life on campus.