That’s right, it’s an entire week devoted to learning more and celebrating the different cultural identities that make up Georgetown, and it just so happens to bring with it a plethora of free food.
The week starts off with ballroom dancing on the Harbin patio (rain site: Hoya Court) on Monday from 7 to 9 p.m., hosted by the GU Ballroom Dance Team, and accompanied by the pleasant aromas of chips and salsa.
On Tuesday, head over to the showing of Pan’s Labyrinth, held by the Georgetown International Graduate Students Organization, from 7:15 to 10:15 p.m. in St. Mary’s 126 and scarf down some pizza while you’re at it.
Of course, if you have a taste for Thai over Italian, then perhaps the GU Thai Society’s showing of Beautiful Boxer on Tuesday from 8:15 to 10:15 in ICC 102, and complemented by Thai food, is more your style.
This Thursday, come mark the 63rd anniversary of Israeli Independence Day on Copley Lawn (Rain Site: Sellinger Lounge) with the Georgetown Israel Alliance and enjoy the Middle Eastern food, music, and hookah.
To wrap up the free food of the week, on Friday the Taiwanese American Student Association will be hosting a cultural game night in the Village C Alumni Lounge from 5 to 7 p.m., head on over to play such games as Mah Jong and indulge yourself in authentic Taiwanese food.