Faculty-Led Informational Meeting – Italy

Anyone interested in a Faculty-Led trip to the Italy through the Honors Program with Ms. Bisch should attend an informational meeting next Tuesday, April 18 at 4:15pm in Pickerl Hall, room 113. The trip will occur May 17-29, 2018. Any questions can be answered at this meeting or by contacting Ms. Bisch directly.


Sycamore Spotlight: Elinor Balensuela

This month’s Sycamore Spotlight is on student worker Elinor Balensuela. She has traveled twice through the Study Abroad Office, once on a study abroad semester in England and a second time on a faculty-led trip to China.   I’m Elinor Balensuela. I’m a Senior English Major who has worked in the Study Abroad Office for... Continue Reading →

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: Hamburg Says “No”, Beijing Can’t Breathe, and Turkey and Russia are at it Again

Here are the Top Five News Stories that caught our eyes this week:   UN Resolution on Islamic State What You Need to Know: Last week, following the terrorist attacks in Paris, countries met in Vienna to work towards a compromise in Syria. The fight between the Syrian government and democracy wanting rebels has been... Continue Reading →

Know Before You Go: Paris, Beirut, & Japan

Here are the Top Five News Stories that caught our eyes this week:   Paris Attacks What You Need to Know: On Friday, the Western World was shocked when gunmen and suicide bombers struck Paris, France. The unsuspecting people of Paris were not prepared when the attackers struck a concert hall, a major sports stadium,... Continue Reading →

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