Below are samples of past events. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with ideas of events and gatherings you would like to have in the future. We love to hear from you!
We had a lot of fun cooking delicious authentic Brazilian dishes with our members! Thank you to all who were able to join us! We hope to have more events like this in the future.
Don't worry! If you missed out, please here are the pictures of the menu and recipes we cooked together at the Brazilian Cooking Event.
Dr. Sunil Khanna, Department of Anthropology
Dr. Sally Duncan, Institute for Natural Resources White Woman, Brown City: What I Learned in Indian Clothes
Ram Ravichandran, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Changing Times, Seeing Home from Afar
Dr. Mirabelle Fernandes-Paul, Office of Women's Advancement and Gender Equity, The History of Indian Food
This event was a delightful opportunity to make samosas, taste a variety of foods, hear perspectives from local Indians, and included craft activities. A wonderful time was had.
Crossroads International Spring Social was an exciting opportunity to learn more about and support impoverished Ugandan women who are lifting their families out of poverty with their handmade, high-quality beaded jewelry. Beadforlife (www.beadforlife.org) offered handcrafted jewelry and the event featured activities and crafts for children, African music and dance. People were able to watch and participate in fun traditional African dances.
African themed food was provided: Moroccan Chicken, Vegetable stew, Vegeatable curry. Delicious fun, with drumming and dance lessons afterward.
Participants learned how to prepare traditional Peruvian food. Based on hands-on teaching, OSU student Gustavo Martinez shared with attendees different appetizers and a dessert from his native country. Besides these recipes, attendees learned fun facts about Peru and its culture and traditions. It was a very fun event!