Observers will fast and ask for forgiveness for the past year’s transgressions.
Honoring the 17th anniversary of 9/11, the annual Interfaith Peace Walk united attendees in a tribute to solidarity and progress.
Rosh Hashanah is a time for personal reflection and finding one’s place in the world.
Thirty-five percent of Asian Americans say they have personally experienced insensitive or offensive comments because of their race or ethnicity.
International Student Orientation (ISO) aims to help students get accustomed to the American way of life.
President Trump signs executive order days after many Ohio lawmakers and candidates condemn the 'zero-tolerance' policy
Ohio politicians from both political parties have made statements against the president’s policy of separating children from families at the border.
Carla Triana will remain president of ISU, but the organization has elected some other new members for the leadership team.
International students share their local dances, which are linked together.
The Muslim Student Association celebrated the MSA Night with Quran recitations and various performances.
The annual Chinese New Year celebration was held Sunday in Baker Ballroom.
“Writing Africa: The New Generation of African Writers” will showcase OU’s wide collection of works exploring African identity and immigrant experiences.
OU has had a increase in the retention of international students as well as a significant decrease in their enrollment.
The event took place Saturday at Walter Hall.
Journalist and author Eric Weiner spoke about the importance of place and how it shapes people Thursday.
The annual event welcomes all to attend and celebrate Diwali.
Some Latino students and faculty share their experiences living in a machista culture and ways to be more inclusive.
Many international students find the need for a United States driver’s license and the process to get them isn’t too complicated.
Diane Cahill was appointed interim director of ISFS on May 20, 2017.
The other bill asks that the space outside of Baker Center’s fourth floor be a reservable space.
Immigration lawyer Ken Robinson visited campus to discuss concerns about changes in immigration regulations.