Ohio University’s Scripps Latinx Network prides itself in creating networking opportunities for OU’s Latinx journalists.
Students in places like California and Vietnam struggle to keep up with synchronous courses.
Ohio University’s Office of Global Opportunities is working with various programs and organizations in order to continue global and multicultural education.
Dr. May is taking COVID-19 precautions very seriously.
Students taking language classes through Ohio University struggle with the change to online learning.
The high premiums were attributed to the plan’s superior benefits.
The event showcased various performances that were representative of specific regions in Southeast Asia.
The event will be held on Feb. 16 and will consist of performances and informative elements to inform students about customs of Southeast Asia.
The Women’s Center, International Student Union and International Student and Faculty Affairs will host the event.
Not everyone travels home for Thanksgiving.
The coffee hour is a monthly event that aims to bring together international students and allies for a relaxing and informative discussion.
The event displayed various forms of Indian dances and explored the intricate qualities of Indian culture.
The expo will occur Wednesday and will include enriching aspects of Caribbean culture open to the public.
Traditional dances, music and cuisine were all featured at the cultural event.
Students who identify as multicultural will celebrate their accomplishments with their own separate graduation ceremony.
Moms weekend and International Street Fair fell on the same weekend this year.
The ninth World Music and Dance Concert will teach the audience about diversity and cultural differences.
The emoji library is constantly expanding and become more progressive with representation, but its work is far from over.
The International Student Union will host its 50th International Week beginning March 31.
Students and public will educate themselves on different cultures around the globe.