Intercultural Programs at Shenandoah University organized the first Hair Forum that was held Thursday in the Brandt Student Center Game Room.
University officials are seeking to keep the Shenandoah University community informed as the Trump administration seeks to curb immigration from predominantly Muslim countries.
President of ISA, Kriti Hada, explains the mission and goals of the organization in this short video.
Shenandoah University is reaching out to support international students who may be affected by President Donald Trump’s Friday executive order banning citizens of seven Middle Eastern nations from entering the United States.
The over 50 students, faculty, staff, and trustees who were chosen to participate in this year’s Global Citizenship Project (GCP) will be traveling to Japan, Peru, Puerto Rico, Poland, and South Africa this spring.
Students from the Harry F. Byrd School of Business discuss entrepreneurship during Entrepreneurs Week; meanwhile, a cultural talk, sponsored by Shenandoah’s International Student Association (ISA) takes place across campus.
The Saudi Student Association hosted a celebration honoring the 86th Saudi National Day on Tuesday evening, with food and a cultural experience in the Brandt Student Center.
Sarah Beck, Staff Writer
Every year, Shenandoah University invites students from around the world to visit and become involved in classes for about two weeks at a time. This semester, the international students were welcomed in with snow days – a shock to those coming from colder countries. Despite this, Stina Arrhenius, a musical theatre student visiting from Sweden, has enjoyed her time in America.
Zoe Rogers, ‘Doah Staff Writer April 30, 2014 It has been over eight months since I travelled 3,368 miles from my hometown in Northern Ireland to begin my American college experience here […]