Nursing group holds potluck lunch

Students in the Multicultural Student Nurse Association enjoyed a potluck lunch. (Photo by Blair Fuller)

The Multicultural Student Nurse Association held a potluck lunch Nov. 3 in the ECU College of Nursing. More than 30 people came and more than 20 dishes were shared, said Blair Fuller, president of the MSNA.

Dishes included Cuban soup, hummus and salsa dip, buffalo chicken dip, pumpkin bread, meatballs, southwestern pinwheels, potato salad, pasta salad, chili, pigs in a blanket, pound cake and more. Many of the dishes are in the association’s first cookbook, printed in the spring as a fundraiser.

MSNA began as a small group of black nursing students in 2004 and has grown to nearly 100 nursing and pre-nursing students from many ethnic backgrounds. Everyone is welcome.

To order a cookbook, which costs $10, send an email to ecumsna@yahoo.com

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