The University of Evansville celebrated people from all cultures on Friday night.
UE held its 30th Annual International Bazarr. This is in celebration of International Education Week.
56 different countries were represented at the event. People had the opportunity to experience the food, customs, and culture from all over the world.
“Today is really good because it brings together everyone within the university from all different countries,” said Katie Wray, “and it’s just really interesting to learn about where people live.”
Proceeds from Friday night’s event will benefit the Friends of Dago, which is a non-profit that supports varoius effort to help people in Kenya.