By Claire DeVour
This week is Roosevelt’s annual Diversity Week celebration of different cultures and backgrounds. After the thought- provoking keynote speech on Monday, one can enjoy an assortment of diverse and delectable treats sold in the commons Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
“We chose a wide variety of food to resemble different cultures. We have Mexican, Japanese, and Thai,” says International Club. Right beside this stand you can find Chinese club selling orange chicken, chow Mein, fried rice, and homemade bubble team. Other clubs selling in the upper commons include Doctor Who club- selling tea and crumpets with jam, and Roots club displaying fragrant strawberry- chocolate pancake kabobs.
In the lower commons you can most likely find the Black Student Union selling cornbread, mac and cheese, and fried chicken, French club selling crepes, and DECA with hot dogs and root beer floats. Green team can be found with creative and delicious dirt cups to resemble the earth, of course.
The Black Student Union and Chinese club have been the most popular so far, causing huge lines and food shortages- so get there when you can! After having a variety of delicious lunches, we can look forward to ending the week with a bang, with an entertaining Diversity assembly.