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Multicultural texts find life in Sigma Tau Delta reading, discussion

Feb 25, 2016 - Comments: 0
Ricki Ervin reads poetry from ONU alumnae, Khaty Xiong. (Northern Review photo/Kasy Long)

On Feb. 23, readers gathered inside the Heterick Memorial Library to discuss multicultural literature. The event was co-sponsored by the English Department's Sigma Tau Delta and ONU's Office of Multicultural Development. 

Polar Pals program getting students more internationally involved on campus

Nov 03, 2015 - Comments: 0
Polar Pal attendees work on their Dia de los Muertos sugar skulls at the "Sugar and Spice" event on Friday, Oct. 30. (Northern Review photo/Khadijah Bagais)

ONU's Polar Pal mentorship program, which started three years ago, aims to pair established ONU students with new international students to provide them with a friend on campus. The program has undergone many changes during its short lifetime, especially this year. International Service Coordinator Omega Hollies discusses the changes in programming.

'Beans & Rice' initiative aims to teach students how to make international cuisine

Oct 16, 2015 - Comments: 0
Brazilian students Leticia Matanovich and Filipe Mendes make pizza dough as part of Beans & Rice's Pizza session. (Northern Review photo/Khadijah Bagais)

When international students leave their native countries and come to the United States, one of the first shocks they endure has to do with the foods available to them, especially when it comes to dining services. In an attempt to help international (and domestic) students on campus with these food issues, International Student Services came up with the idea of the “Beans & Rice” initiative.

International students flood campus

Sep 18, 2013 - Comments: 0

There's something big happening on campus, and it applies to more than just good ol' Ada, Ohio. In fact, some may say it reaches as far as the global scale.
It may be noticeable in the sound of foreign tongues, the sight of flying flags, or maybe just the smell of Kabsa and stir-fry in the air.
So, what exactly is this sensation? International students. International students everywhere.
And it's actually kind of a big deal.

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