International Week is set to begin this Sunday. Programming will consist of events sharing international culture all week, closing with the International Street Fair.
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Cecil Walters, who has served as OMSAR director for four years, is leaving the university. Thomas Raimondi will serve as interim director.
Holocaust survivor, Conrad Weiner, is visiting OU for The MCC Holocaust Remembrance Program.
The Hispanic and Latino Student Union will host a day all about appreciating a man that fought for better farm-working conditions.
The Ying Yang Twins will perform on South Beach for this year's #TBT Concert.
International students cut corners to communicate back home
Learn how to make sushi and make a few friends with the help of the Association Cultural Exchange.
Japanese Student Association celebrates the first day of spring over the weekend with laughter and food.
International students ask for American students to combine the conversations on race
Spring festivals bring together international students to celebrate their cultures.
Athens is going extra green today in honor of St. Paddy’s Day.
The movie is expected to be released in 2016.
The Chinese Lantern Festival took place on Sunday, which is a traditional celebration that is part of Chinese New Year.
Girl Scout cookies are here, Ohio University.
The Indian Student Association invites all students to experience Holi through colors and food.
In honor of Black History Month, The Post takes a look into OU's past, which includes plenty of protests regarding racial inequality on campus.
The Hispanic community invites students to meet new people and play bingo with food and music.
The International Student Union elected its new president and spearheaded its plans for International Week.
Following the impeachment of Phally Chroy, ISU’s controversial former president, the organization looks to the future.
Athens celebrated the Chinese New Year in Baker Center