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International students discuss plans for Thanksgiving, winter break

Mildred Nguyen, Reporter November 15, 2020

International students at NKU are facing a unique situation as classes move online until the end of the semester and COVID-19 cases rise around the globe. “Since it started during the summer, there...

Many members of WISH feel as if WISH has become a second home for them.

Organization helps international students find second home

WISH helps international students feel at home for the holidays
Alyssa Weber, Assistant Arts & Life Editor January 30, 2020
It has been three and a half years since senior criminal justice major Nahawa Ada Sesay has gone home to Sierra Leone to see her family. However, because of the NKU organization Welcoming International Students Home (WISH), Sesay has found her second family.
Hathal Alroqi is from Saudi Arabia and is studying at NKU through the King Abdullah Scholarship Program. He is one of the last students that will attend NKU through the program.

Saudi student population set to vanish

Carrie Crotzer, Editor-in-Chief April 20, 2016

When students begin rolling back onto campus in the fall, there is one minority group that will be significantly lacking in number. Formerly able to study anywhere in the world courtesy of a government...

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