Caribbean Students Set to Serve Caribbean Food in Free, Educational Event

The United Caribbean Students Club (UCSC) and the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) at Raritan Valley Community College will host “A Taste of Caribbean Culture: This is My Homeland” Tuesday, Feb. 24, 1:00-2:30 p.m. in the Conference Center.

UCSC and OMA will talk about and serve sample dishes of Caribbean food, hand out menus with descriptions of the food and present a slideshow of Caribbean countries.

“I want people to not just come to eat the food, but to leave learning something about Caribbean countries,” said Sammi Ullah, VP of Finance of UCSC.

Ullah said on March 5 UCSC will provide a food delivery called “Eat Caribbean” for workers at RVCC that usually have trouble leaving to get food. UCSC members will provide menus and deliver food to these people.

The OMA and the Orgullo Latino Club held a similar event for Hispanic Heritage Month in October, “A Taste of Latin Culture and Flavor.”

Featured image caption: United Caribbean Students Club at one of their bake sales.

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