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Tuesday, November 1, 2022

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Posted: Tuesday, November 1, 2022

Tell Students: Live Cooking Class on Campus with Thyme-N-Honey - November 17

Students are invited to participate in a free live cooking class with returning Hospitality and Tourism alumnus Stephen Forman, ’92, on Thursday, November 17, at 7:00 p.m. on campus. Chef Forman serves as the executive chef of Delaware North, which oversees the stadiums for our local Buffalo Bills and Sabres.

This special class will also be streamed via Facebook Live. The International Student and Scholar Services Office will sponsor a watch party with free refreshments and possibly some food tastings of the international menu that will be offered to the live audience. This special event will not only address the fears and challenges that students face as independent adults cooking in a shared space but will also celebrate International Education Week.

Students who are interested in participating in the live cooking show in person must complete the online form. Preference will be given to residential students, international students, and health ambassadors. Students who do not meet these parameters but are still interested in being part of the live audience can contact Paula Madrigal, assistant director of prevention and health promotions. (No sign-up is required for the watch party in the Assembly Hall.)

If you are unable to make it to either of the in-person events, you can watch live from the location of your choice or find the video after the event.

Weigel Health Promotion, the International Student and Scholar Services Office, Residence Life, and Thyme-N-Honey are proud to bring this event to campus.

Please contact Paula Madrigal with questions.

Submitted by: Paula A. Madrigal
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