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A model displays an African dress during the fashion show portion of the Touch of Africa gathering at the Bryce Jordan Center on Saturday, Feb. 27. Touch of Africa is a yearly celebration of African heritage and culture and is organized by University Park's African Student Association. The model was one of more than 20 to take the stage runway during the fashion segment of the event.
Members of the Penn State and central Pennsylvania African communities dine during Touch of Africa on Saturday, Feb. 27. The event is held each year by the African Student Association, and took place in the Bryce Jordan Center for first time. Features of the evening included authentic African foods, fashion and performance art.
Dancers of Penn State's African Student Association perform on stage at Touch of Africa in the Bryce Jordan Center on Saturday, Feb. 27. The yearly event is a gathering and celebration of African unity and culture. It was organized by University Park's African Student Association, and featured a wide range of African food, attire and performance art.
Chicken marinates in a mixture of onion, curry powder, lemon, ginger, garlic, salt, maggi cubes and mustard. Gertrude Gaba contributed this recipe she learned from a friend from Senegal.
Dr. Naana Nti, Graziele Duarte (Brazil), Prof. Yao Agawu-Kakraba, Dr. Fran Osseo-Asare