October 18, 2006
Albany -- Darton College students got a taste of several foreign countries Wednesday.
Forty countries were represented in Darton's Annual International Festival. Students learned about the countries and their foods.
Three-dozen International students at Darton got a chance to tell classmates about their country, like Ginka Stoyanova from Bulgaria.
Stoyanova said, "It's really good. When you show someone something from your country, people can remember it. They can say, 'Oh, I tasted this from this country.' So I know the country. "
Stoyanova is a Freshman at Darton studying Psychology.
There are 100 International students attending Darton, from 37 different countries.
City commissioners told residents they will have to do a better job with maintaining their grass and trash on the streets.
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More than 100 job seekers attended the Goodwill's job fair for Aladdin, a food management service for Albany State University.