Foodie Friday! #FoodieIEEC

Another week at IEEC and oops — it looks like a lot our events this week are 21+.

However; fear not! Anyone a fan of the Taiwanese night markets will get a kick out of this event for all ages: Snack Trucks as far as the eye can see~

Want to encapsulate memories and show the world just how much you love living in the city and chowing down on our vibrant food culture? Why not hashtag it with our new Weekly Instagram tags: Fridays #FoodieIEEC @SFSUIEEC.

Prepare thy mouth to water — check out other yummie food photos in the Food of the Week Section!

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Calendar of Events

Fridays at Off the Grid: Fort Mason Center

Off the Grid (OtG) is California’s largest weekly evening street food market — a roaming mobile food extravaganza!


Friday, March 20th

2 Marina Blvd., SF


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St. Patrick’s Day Block Party @ the Irish Bank (21+)

The charm and energetic atmosphere of the Irish Bank is a must try for all San Franciscans out there!


Tuesday, March 17th

10 mark Ln., SF



Karaoke Night (21+)

Is this thing on? ♩ ♪ ♫ ♬ ♩ ♪ ♫ ♬ Hello and welcome to the first Karaoke Night of the IEEC, brought to you by the Music Committee!


Wednesday, March 18th

Pandora Karaoke and Bar



Wing Wednesday (21+)

Try some tasty chicken wings, a popoluar American snack food, for only 25 cents at a local, popular bar “Dr. Teeth and the Eelctirc Mayhem” in the Mission :)


Wednesday, march 18th

Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem


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TGIT @ Lucky 13 Bar (21+)

We’ve come too far, to give up who we are, so let’s raise the bar, and our cups to the stars!! It’s the last TGIT before spring break week…


Thursday, March 19th

Lucky 13 bar


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Spring Break: SOLD OUT

Are you prepared for the ultimate Spring Break experience?



Sunday, March 22nd — Saturday March 28th. Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, San Diego

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IEEC Playlist: World of Sound Vol. II

The SECOND volume of IEEC’s new weekly mixtape from the Music and Creative committee. It’s a great way to find new music in various genres from around the world to associate with your San Francisco memories  (just click the pic to hear some hits!)

Have something awesome that should be in here? Share it with us:

Instagramies # 1: Best Travel Pic


How To Play:

1. Post your best travel picture on Instagram with the hashtag #IEEC and make sure to tag us @SFSUIEEC in the photo, as well as leave a comment letting us know the photo is for Instagramies # 1. (This is very important — if you do not do so, we will have no way to keep track of your photo submissions)

2. PR Committee will convene to determine the winner and post the winner on the IEEC Spring Facebook Page and Weekly Newsletter. Preferences go to the Most Creative and Artistic Photos!

3. Accept the majestic title “Best Photographer!” You earned it ;)

Prize: Majestically Titled “Best Photographer!” (yes, with an exclamation point) will receive an awesome prize!

Instagramies # 1 Runs from March 10th to March 18th.

May the odds be ever in your favor!


Lets Learn Language w/

IEEC Language Exchange!

Looking for a little extra practice to aid you in your mastery of the foreign language of your choice? Or maybe you want to study a language that SF State or your home university doesn’t have to offer, like Korean or Czech? Well look no further, because the IEEC Language Exchange classes, taught by our wonderfully capable International Student Teachers have been determined! Click the language of your choice to learn more:

Cantonese (M: 4:30pm-5:30pm; W: 2:30pm-3:30pm)

Czech (M: 12:30pm-1:45pm)

French (M: 3:30pm-4:30pm; T: 12-1pm;T: 2-3pm; W: 2-3pm)

Japanese (M: 4-5pm; T: 4-5pm; Th: 1-2pm)

Korean (M: 2-3pm; T: 5-6pm; W: 4-5pm)

Mandarin (T: 5-6pm)

Swedish: (Th: 4-5pm)

Thai (T: 4pm-5pm)

German ( T: 7pm-8pm)

Even more language exchange groups are on the way! So check the IEEC Spring 2015 Facebook Page often!

Blog Post of the Week



Jonas Lenhammar


The other weekend I went to Seattle. I went there with a close friend of mine back from Sweden who is an exchange student in Kelowna in Canada. Seattle is about halfway (-ish) so we decided to meet up their over the weekend.

Seattle is beautiful city, but without a car, our options tourist-wise were limited to pretty much downtown Seattle. Among other things, we did the obvious one, to go up the Space Needle. We were up there both day time and night time. I would recommend doing both; during day time you can see the mountains surrounding Seattle in all directions, which is awesome, and during night time you can see city bathing in electrical light in the dark, which is always a great view.


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From Taiwan w/ <3

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