Food and fellowship are always a good combination, and Thursday night, West Virginia University's Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion added tea to the mix.
The fourth annual "DiversiTea" event brought together teas from the different international groups on the WVU campus. Organizers set up 15 tables with teas from China to Africa and more.
"We have the new office and division of diversity, equity and inclusion you'll see more of these types of things where we're celebrating in addition to making systematic changes," said David Eryson, Esq., who is the Chief Diversity Officer at WVU. "It will have the celebration but we'll also have the real changes in terms of bringing more diverse clientele into the campus."
The group also recognized individuals from the community who help make the area more inclusive and diverse.