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ISP at LWC: Utilizing our house to the fullest

By Sabine Eastham

A year and a half ago, a dream came true - the International Student Programs at the Lindsey Wilson College moved into a house on campus at 304 Lindsey Wilson Street. We had high hopes for the potential use of our new house, and it has materialized.

Our students have been utilizing the house for casual gatherings, ESL classes, celebrations and educational showcases, finding a quiet place to study, a place where they can relax, finding homemade treats, gatherings around the fire pit outside, celebrating the holidays and often utilizing the kitchen to cook their own food and to share a meal together. Students from different countries took turns to cook for students from other countries and taste each other's food. Many U.S. students meet our visitors from other countries and cultures at the "ISP HOUSE".

Thanksgiving is approaching - a time to give thanks and appreciate things. We are truly blessed and thankful for being able to offer this and more to our international students as they bring so much to this campus and community.




This story was posted on 2019-11-19 06:58:36
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Giving thanks at ISP House



2019-11-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Marie Kurata.
From left to right: Mayu Satoh and Maho Muramatsu from Tokyo and Marie Kurata from Seto. Three LWC students from Japan sharing a home cooked meal; Oyakodon is a one-bowl meal consisting of a bed of rice topped with chicken and egg (hence the name 'Oyako', meaning 'parent and child') and seasoned with soy sauce, mirin, and dashi.

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A truly international breakfast at ISP House



2019-11-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Sabine Eastham.
From left to right: Lucy Mora Diaz from Casanare/Colombia, Carla Alibert from Balma/France, and Sevval Ozseker from Sakarya/Turkey and Alexandra Parra from Monagas/Venezuela. Fixing up a really delicious treat: Arepas (a type of food made of ground maize dough, originating from the northern region of South America in pre-Columbian times, and is notable in the cuisines of Colombia and Venezuela, with plantains, eggs, avocado and turkey (this one was prepared with onions, tomatoes and green peppers).

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