Monday, 8 April 2013

USP Performances

As this semester is starting to wrap up, it is time for the USP students to shine on campus. The last week of March was International Student week. The United States was the not the only international country represented. Countries such as Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, South Sudan, Congo (DRC), and Nigeria were also represented. USP students had the chance to make Macaroni and Cheese as the dish that represents the United States and also had the chance to show off a cultural dance from America. The cultural dance to represent America was the Cha-Cha slide. Here are some pictures from International Student week.

The chefs for the Macaroni and Cheese and Mud Pie for dessert

USP students and South Sudanese students 

Students sampling Nigerian food

Some students posing with students from Congo

Benita leading the American National Anthem for the International Showcase

American cultural dance: The Cha-Cha Slide

The last performance USP put on was running the Community Worship service on campus. Community Worship takes place every Tuesday and Thursday. Various student groups on campus run a Community Worship throughout the semester. For the last Community Worship, which was April 4th, USP got to lead the service. Here are some pictures from the service. 

Post by Tiffany Gathers and photos courtesy of Ruth Berta

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