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A night at the Etiquette Dinner in Carnesale Commons

By Bailey Greene

Nov. 18, 2015 11:13 a.m.

A student enters the Etiquette Dinner held at Carnesale Commons.

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Menu and formal place setting are prepared for the dinner.

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UCLA Catering staff serves refreshments before the event begins.

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Philip Zhou, a first-year business economics student, enjoys refreshments and appetizers in the lobby before entering the dining room.

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The second course of the meal, a mixed green salad with cranberries and a light vinaigrette, is served.

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Catherine Larcheveque, a first-year undeclared life science student passes the bread to right, a rule students learned during the event.

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Table three converses and listens to Debbie Henderson’s tips for attending a formal dinner.

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Josh O’Connor records awkward moments students fear when in a formal dinner setting.

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The third course of the meal is a chicken and salmon combo over potatoes au gratin and vegetables.

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Table four shares food and laughter throughout the event.

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Members of the dinner enjoy the four-course meal over refreshments and conversation.

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The final course of the meal is a chocolate mousse surrounded in a rich chocolate square.

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Debbie Henderson instructs students Jay Miller, a third-year psychology student, and Kathy Fu, a first-year business economics student, on what not to do at the dinner table.

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Half-eaten desserts signal the end of the meal and presentation on how to act at a formal dinner.

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