Jacobs School students, faculty and staff enjoy lively conversation as they are served by SNMA members and volunteers.
This plate, with selections from Buffalo Vegan Eats, Buffalo Suya, Peking Quick One, Kalypso, La Casa de Sabores and more, provides guests with a true "taste" of culture.
The Taste of Culture Art Show showcased works by artists such as minority artist group 27 collective; in addition, Jacobs School students gave musical and dramatic performances, and exhibited clothing from their own cultures.
SNMA president Olumayowa Adebiyi (M2) dons modern-day Nigerian clothing as she welcomes the crowd to Taste of Culture, one of SNMA's keystone events.
Emcee Arsh Issany delights the crowd with his amusing quips of life growing up as an Indian American on Long Island.
Danya Ziazadeh (M2) reads "The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam" (translation: "The Four Quatrains of Omar Khayyam"), a work by famed Persian poet Omar Khayyam.
Clothing worn by Janine Meurer (M2), Valeria Marquez Luna (M1), Renato Quinones (M1) and Bryan Velez (M1) represents Hispanic fashion from several cultures and time periods.
Published December 7, 2021