The Delaware State University Rotaract Chapter will host an International Festival from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, April 27 in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center on campus.
Free and open to the public, the International Festival will highlight DSU’s community of international students and also feature displays on the current international projects of the six Rotary Clubs in Kent County.
There will be entertainment, displays, international food, as well as opportunities for the public to talk with the students representing about 20 countries and with the individual local Rotary Clubs about their international projects.
Rotaract – which stands for Rotary-In-Action – is a program of Rotary International for men and women ages 18-30. Rotaract clubs work under the guidance of their local Rotary Club in sponsoring and seeking to foster leadership, responsible citizenship, high ethical standards, international peace and understanding.
“It is a good opportunity for the DSU students and the public to learn more about the international diversity on the campus and to enjoy some food, fun and entertainment,” said Rashaad Johnson, DSU Rotaract president.