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“Taste of Nigeria” event brings novel to life

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“Taste of Nigeria” event brings novel to life

Students perform a cultural African dance.

Students perform a cultural African dance.

Jude Nanaw

Students perform a cultural African dance.

Jude Nanaw

Jude Nanaw

Students perform a cultural African dance.

Jude Nanaw, Co-Editor in Chief

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On Feb. 22, English 10 Honors students attended a “Taste of Nigeria” event in Clausen Hall.

The event allowed students who are currently reading Purple Hibiscus by Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie further insight into the cultural aspects of the novel.

Students had the opportunity to taste Nigerian cuisine prepared by Culinary students. In addition, students spoke with Nigerian high school students via Skype where both groups had the chance to ask each other various questions.

In the conclusion of the event, a cultural African dance was performed in front of the audience.

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Jude Nanaw, Co-Editor in Chief

Senior Jude Nanaw is the current Co-Editor in Chief of The A-Blast. He has been on staff for four years where in previous years he has held the positions...

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“Taste of Nigeria” event brings novel to life