An interactive view of Webster University's campus.
Students move to the rhythms of the world
Photography by Brian Verbarg
Students celebrated international culture and diversity at Webster University’s I-Fest on Friday, April 13 in the Grant Gymnasium.
The event, hosted by the Multicultural Center and International Student Affairs (MCISA), brought together food, culture and fun for its attendees to enjoy.
While last year’s I-Fest, themed “Colors of the World,” featured arts and crafts, this year’s “Rhythms of the World” theme showcased dancing and music from across the globe, as well as activities like limbo competitions.
Dancing techniques and styles from Spain, India, Thailand, China, Mexico and Southeast Asia were performed, and the Kotchenga Dance Company performed traditional dances from Ivory Coast.