RIT students cooked dishes from all around the globe

This week students of RIT organised an International Dinner on campus – an unusual event that helped them learn about the cultures of countries whose languages they study. By cooking traditional dishes coming from different cultures and countries, students have learned a lot, but they also made great, original and creative Franch, Italian, Spanish and other food. This dinner was held for the 15th year in a row.

‘International Dinner promotes foreign cultures, acceptance of diversity and multicultural cooperation,’ said dr. sc. Nikolina Bozinovic, head of the Department of Foreign Languages at RIT.