Slang Around the World

English is one the most utilized languages around the world. But just because we may speak a common language does not mean that they are exactly the same. Each of those countries speaks their own version of English that is native to that country. This may include changes in pronunciation, spelling, verb tense, and new... Continue Reading →

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New Year’s Eve Around the World

It's New Year's Eve and while countries around the world prepare to celebrate, or already have celebrated, the new year, we are anxiously awaiting midnight here at ISU. As we count down, here are some awesome articles about New Years Eve around the world!! This article talks about many traditions that are common on New Years... Continue Reading →

Know Before You Go: Cuban Embassy Opening, Terrorism Scare in Bangkok, and Are You Sick of the Greek Crisis Yet?

Here are the Top Five Stories that you need to know! U.S. Embassy Reopens in Cuba What You Need to Know: On Saturday, the U.S. flag was raised over the America Embassy in Havana after 54 years of closure. Secretary of State John Kerry was present to oversee the opening of the embassy. He is... Continue Reading →

Know Before You Go: Greece Part 4, Cuba, and Australia

Here are the top five things that caught our eyes in the news this week! 1. Greece Financial Crisis Part 4 What You Need to Know: Last week, Greek Parliament voted to accept the first of the newest bailout terms in order to begin new talks for a €86 Billion bailout. But don’t think that... Continue Reading →

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