The International Student Life Office invites everyone to attend festivities and events as part of International Education Month through Nov. 30.
IEM will include an extensive international film festival with movies representing cultures from all over the world. ISL will host “Tea Talks” that provide avenues for discussion about various topics.
On Nov. 16, the Office of International Education and ISL will host the annual International Education Week Celebration, which includes a photo competition, international cuisine and entertainment. Also featured is “A Night in Saigon” on Nov. 17, which highlights Vietnamese culture. On Nov. 18, the inaugural International Ball sponsored by the African Student Union will be held. Tickets are available at the cashier’s window of the Tate Student Center.
On Nov. 27, a Japanese comedy will be shown and on Nov. 28, a Chinese film will be screened. All films are shown with English subtitles and are free. Additionally, ISL will host a panel discussion for Return Peace Corps Volunteers with a dessert reception to follow on Nov. 28, from 5-6 p.m. in the ISL lounge (210 Memorial Hall).