Monarch Dining will be transforming Café 1201 into a multicultural experience by hosting an International Night on Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. during the dinner meal period in honor of International Education Week this week.
Café 1201 will feature an array of cuisines at every station including: German, Spanish, French, Hawaiian, Polish, Japanese, Greek, Italian, Vietnamese, Moroccan and Mexican.
To enhance the international experience, Café 1201 will be decorated with the colors and flags of the featured countries accompanied with international music to create an authentic atmosphere for students and staff. There will also be informational displays on the different featured foods and countries around the café.
Monarch Dining will be partnering with the Office of Intercultural Relations to showcase a country fair that will feature informational displays about several countries and cultures.
The International Education Week is from Nov. 12 to Nov. 16 and will showcase ODU’s diverse international community. The festival’s purpose is to give students and staff the chance to experience to “travel” the world without spending money, as well as to inspire students locally to succeed globally.
By: Alyssa Narvell
Arts & Entertainment