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What I Miss About Korea 3 Things You Should Know About Canada 3 Things to Know About Guyana Will You Be Affected if Congress Doesn
 

What I Miss About Korea

YeRim Kang studying at Anderson University shares the top three things he misses about his home country of Korea.

3 Things You Should Know About Canada

Stephanie Farlow studying at Adler University shares the top 3 things you should know about food, English, and nature in Canada. Won’t you read this article already, eh?

3 Things to Know About Guyana

Congratulations Victoria Young studying at Brigham Young University! She won $100 by sharing three things about her home country of Guyana. Learn more about this South American country and how you could be the next winner.

Will You Be Affected if Congress Doesn’t Fund Homeland Security?

Congress has until February 27 to approve the funding for the Department of Homeland Security. If the funding doesn’t come through, will international students be affected?

Winter Weather Survival

19 February 2015

The United States can experience all different types of weather. Depending on your location, your experiencing the typical winter right now. Frigid temps, ice, and snow. If you’re not used to this kind of weather, we have some helpful tips for you.

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What is Your Chinese Zodiac Sign?

19 February 2015

February 19 is the beginning the Chinese New Year. The year 2015 is known as the year of the sheep/goat. Learn more about the holiday and what your Chinese zodiac sign means!

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UMass Reverses Ban on Iranian Students Enrolling in Science, Engineering Programs

18 February 2015

Officials at the University off Massachusetts Amherst just reversed its ban on enrolling Iranian students into science and engineering programs.

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UW International Student Fee—Discrimination for Funding?

18 February 2015

Is implementing an international student fee at U.S. universities and colleges a form of discrimination? An article all international students should read! Plus, tell us what your international student fee costs.

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Learning English with Spongebob Squarepants

17 February 2015

This little yellow sponge provided an important lesson about learning English: some words just don’t make sense.

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Absolutely “Minging”

16 February 2015

Sometimes when trying to use new English words, mistakes will happen.  So, what in the world does “minging” mean?

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English is Weird

13 February 2015

I was taught British English. I never really thought about the words I was learning, but now studying in the U.S. some English words are just weird!

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3 Muslim Students Killed in Shooting

11 February 2015

In the university town of Chapel Hill, a gunman killed three Muslim students, including a husband and wife. Read more details and view the last Facebook posts of the victims.

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#LoveYourBestie Selfie Photo Contest

09 February 2015

We’re declaring February #LoveYourBestie month! Participate in our contest and you and your best friend could be featured in the next issue of ISV Magazine.

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Learning American English in Boston: Eh-A-Ah Accents

05 February 2015

Sojeong “Lucy” Jeong shares her experiences about learning English in Boston. Oh the different accents! Read more here.

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