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Crossroads of the South; Gateway to the World

The International Student Organization and the International Perspectives program at Millsaps College hosted intercultural festival, “Crossroads of the South; Gateway to the World” at the school’s campus on Monday, April 1, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. The event gave Millsaps students from around the world a chance to showcase their food, dance, music, fashion and more.

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“Crossroads of the South; Gateway to the World,” an intercultural festival at Millsaps College on April 1 gave students from countries around the world a chance to showcase music, cuisines, fashion and culture. Photo by Acacia Clark, Captures by Casey

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Jim Frechette and his partner from the Applause Dance Factory demonstrate an Argentine Tango for the audience at “Crossroads of the South; Gateway to the World,” an intercultural festival at Millsaps College on April 1. Photo by Acacia Clark, Captures by Casey

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Scott Albert Johnson plays his harmonica for a Mississippi Music set at “Crossroads of the South; Gate-way to the World,” an intercultural festival at Millsaps College on April 1. Photo by Acacia Clark, Captures by Casey

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“Crossroads of the South; Gateway to the World,” an intercultural festival at Millsaps College on April 1 gave students from countries around the world a chance to showcase music, cuisines, fashion and culture. Photo by Acacia Clark, Captures by Casey

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The “Asia” section at “Crossroads of the South; Gateway to the World,” an intercultural festival at Millsaps College on April 1, featured a natural Mongolian tea and tea set, among other delicacies. Photo by Acacia Clark, Captures by Casey

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The “Africa” section at “Crossroads of the South; Gateway to the World,” an intercultural festival at Millsaps College on April 1, had a variety of handmade shirts showing Africa's land, animals and culture. Photo by Acacia Clark, Captures by Casey

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Rhonda Blasingame sews a quilt during “Crossroads of the South; Gateway to the World,” an intercultural festival at Millsaps College on April 1. Photo by Acacia Clark, Captures by Casey

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Students pair up to learn a few basic bachata and salsa skills with the Applause Dance Studio at “Cross-roads of the South; Gateway to the World,” an intercultural festival at Millsaps College on April 1. Photo by Acacia Clark, Captures by Casey

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A Japanese Origami book was set out for guests to learn how to correctly create origami art at “Cross-roads of the South; Gateway to the World,” an intercultural festival at Millsaps College on April 1. Photo by Acacia Clark, Captures by Casey

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The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians demonstrates a traditional dance at “Crossroads of the South; Gateway to the World,” an intercultural festival at Millsaps College on April 1. Photo by Acacia Clark, Captures by Casey

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The “Europe” section at “Crossroads of the South; Gateway to the World,” an intercultural festival at Millsaps College on April, had pastries such as Austrian style stuffed French toast and German-style cheesecake. Photo by Acacia Clark, Captures by Casey

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The Mississippi Masala group started off the evening's performances high energy cultural dances for the audience at “Crossroads of the South; Gateway to the World,” an intercultural festival at Millsaps College on April 1. Photo by Acacia Clark, Captures by Casey

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Bonnie Yang shows off a modest traditional Chinese dress during the Fashion show at “Crossroads of the South; Gateway to the World,” an intercultural festival at Millsaps College on April 1. Photo by Acacia Clark, Captures by Casey

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