Gonzaga University’s International Student Union (ISU) invites the Spokane community to experience ethnic food and multicultural entertainment at its annual Cultural Dinner from 5-8 p.m., Nov. 12 in Cataldo Hall on the GU campus. Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for the public. A wide variety of traditional ethnic foods will be on the menu with vegetarian options supplied. The event is part of International Education Week.
Gonzaga’s various multicultural groups will contribute to this event’s recognition of cultural awareness. Entertaining the audience will be representatives from Gonzaga student groups including the Hawaiian-Pacific Islanders Club, the Filipino American Student Union, the Black Student Union, La Raza Latina, the Boundless Dance Club, and GU guitar instructor Paul Grove.
Gonzaga’s ISU dinner continues to stand out as a successful connection between Gonzaga and the Spokanecommunity.
“I want to see all of the cultures display their talents and make good food. I want the attendees to have the most enjoyable and enriching experience,” said ISU spokesman Andrew Hee. Part of the proceeds from the event will benefit World Relief.
For more information contact Annie Szotkowski.