Food is Culture

Amanda Stanley, Nick Shaw and I recently asked Furman students and professors from various backgrounds to discuss their views of food’s cultural significance. Furman University’s international student population has grown significantly in the past 4 years and currently encompasses 5 % of the student body. The college campus is an ideal setting for cross-cultural dialogue to occur. And food is an ideal medium for this dialogue. Please watch our video to learn more!

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