including insights on kim chee, yum cha, and Olympics’ skateboarding. At lunchtime, food trucks turned the Upham Quad into a gourmet smorgasbord, with great patronage from keen, hungry students. Crazy potato spirals on skewers, Japanese fried noodles, yaki soba, waffles, souvlaki, mixed berry icecream all disappeared in a flash. Just after, the interhouse international quiz took place in the Chapman Room, with 10 rounds of clues and questions testing the boys on their knowledge of countries, leaders, national sports, capitals, and much more. The more quickly they identified the country, the more points on the board. Round Square/International Week wrapped up on the Friday with an International Kahoot, an interactive online quiz on laptops and 30 students taking part at lunchtime. The week can be classified as an unqualified success. Everyone at College was aware it was happening and engaged on some level.
College Issue 41 2021
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