PRESS RELEASE – After a week of cultural activities for “International Students Week” at the University of the Southern Caribbean (USC) in Trinidad & Tobago, the St. Lucian Club was awarded 1st place for cuisine and booth display.
From the 27th of October to the 1st of November the staff and students at USC celebrated cultural diversity where the campus family, made up of members from over 40 countries created booths where each country exhibited their cultural cuisine and creative display.
The members of the St. Lucian club worked tirelessly to prepare St. Lucian dishes which included bouillon, ice lollies, bread fruit balls, peanut punch, pumpkin soup, bakes, and cocoa tea.
The president of the club Leroy David said: “It would not have been possible without the collective effort of all! We worked very hard! Great team effort…great camaraderie! Blessings as we continue to more achievements together going forward!”
In second place was North Carib Club followed by Vinada Club (St.Vincent and Grenada) in third place.
The University of the Southern Caribbean is a private, coeducational institution with a diverse student body located in the twin-island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. USC embraces a multidimensional approach to teaching and learning which includes intellectual curiosity, cultural diversity, spiritual nurture and moral integrity.