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International Fair exhibits unique cultures, traditions of countries

International Fair exhibits unique cultures, traditions of countries

March 8, 2019


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD, MULTIMEDIA, PHOTO GALLERIES

On March 6, students and faculty participated in International Fair with traditional food and other cultural items to represent countries from all over the world.

Video: International Club celebrates St. Nikolas Day

Video: International Club celebrates St. Nikolas Day

Jack Shea, Alex Tinkham, and Thomas Hunt

December 11, 2018


Filed under CULTURE, MULTIMEDIA, SHOWCASE, VIDEO

 On Dec. 7, members of International Club placed gummy bears in students' shoes to recognize St. Nikolas Day. Video Crew spoke with International Club sponsor Aline Means and senior Saager Chawla about this tradition.

Uncloistered: The casualities of St. Nikolas Day

Uncloistered: The casualities of St. Nikolas Day

Celine Huang

December 7, 2018


Filed under MULTIMEDIA, SHOWCASE, UNCLOISTERED

Uncloistered is The Review Online's new comic series, which will highlight different stories throughout the year. In this first illustration, freshman Celine Huang takes a humorous look at International Club's St. Nikolas Day tradition.

First International Fair encourages students to explore countries

First International Fair encourages students to explore countries

Ryan Chang, Assistant Online Editor

January 30, 2018


Filed under MULTIMEDIA, NEWS, PHOTO GALLERIES, SHOWCASE

International fair, organized by International Club, was on Jan. 24 during the Assembly period. Students created posters, which included fun facts and trivia, about different countries. Many students also displayed artifacts and served traditional cuisine from their respective nations.

Cultural clubs explore food, music at Greek festival

Sophia Kontos, Staff Writer

October 14, 2016


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

From piles of balklava to noisy dance theaters, the Greek Festival had a lot to offer for curious students.

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