The Center for Global Education put on a show Wednesday night.
Students of all ethnicities and nationalities got together to celebrate different cultures during the hour-long event.
The event started with a fashion show, where students showed off traditional clothing from places like Korea, Japan, Pakistan, and more. Spectators were then dazzled by magicians, poets, singers, and dancers, all while enjoying free food and drinks.
The Al Douglas and the SGA were also instrumental in making the talent show a reality. The Center for Global Education is hosting the last Tea Time of the semester on April 16.