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‘Etiquette dinner’ brings students to the table

A record number of students attended an “etiquette dinner” in the Founders Room of Moffatt Dining Hall March 21. Sponsored by the Economics and Business Department for the fourth consecutive year, the event drew juniors and seniors majoring in business administration and sport management.

The dinner was hosted by Meg Stevens, local director of the Greenwood Chapter of the National League of Junior Cotillions since 2006. From silverware selection to small talk, Stevens coached students who will soon be moving in business circles.

“The concept of the dinner is to make students feel more comfortable at formal events in the future,” says Assistant Professor of Business Tracy McCurry. “Many students will have the opportunity to use their etiquette skills at events like interviews or formal work dinners.”


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