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Time to Thrive: Sunday Supper

In 1909, Harry and Florence Edmonds, promoters of the I-House movement, started a tradition of hosting dinners in their home to counter the loneliness and isolation of international students in New York. Today, we still honor this tradition, which became … Continue reading

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Every Kind of People at Sunday Supper

One of the oldest continuing International House traditions, Sunday Supper is a wonderful celebration of multicultural community and fellowship.  The February 8th Sunday Supper began with a video montage of images of resident experiences alongside the lyrics to Robert Palmer’s … Continue reading

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Sunday Supper makes it happen again!

Last weekend I attended a Sunday Supper for first time and, even now, after few days, I can still feel the excitement and the good vibe of that beautiful evening. Sunday Supper is one of the oldest programs at International … Continue reading

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