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I celebrated National Saudi Day at an informative cultural event at WKU. Exchange students shared their favorite aspects of Saudi culture, and I learned so much.

Here are six lessons I learned from the experience:

Words look better written in Arabic.


Chocolate chip cookies are a universal delicacy.


Saudis follow the teachings of the Qur’an.


Too much jewelry is never an issue.


Dates have a different meaning in Saudi Arabia than they do in America.


Drinking coffee late at night is acceptable — especially if it’s served from a fancy pitcher.


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