Students celebrate the culture of the Caribbean Islands and African countries.
Exotic foods, fun games, and international music.
Those were just a few things that students at Dr. Phillips High School took in on Thursday during AfriCaribbean Night.
Held in the school’s cafeteria, the event was put on by the Center for International Studies at DPHS — who puts on five to six events such as this throughout the year.
During the night student got to experience the culture of Caribbean Islands like Haiti, and African countries like Nigeria and Kenya, through music, food, and fun facts.
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