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.
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.
The annual International Dinner this Saturday will feature performances and dishes from across the globe, allowing attendees to embrace diversity and learn about the history of the ISU.
Ohio University students and Athens residents will have the opportunity to experience African culture through food and dance Saturday.
International students share personal accounts of American media’s effects on their countries.
The week is hosted by International Student Union and other sponsors.
International Women’s Day Festival brought cultural performances to celebrate women around the worldBy Georgia Davis | Mar. 19, 2017
The ninth annual International Women’s Day Festival took place on Sunday in Baker Ballroom.
The event will feature food, dance and presentations about the Turkish culture at OU and abroad.