Troy University’s many languages and cultures were featured Nov. 17-22 during International Education Week.
Most of the events were hosted by the International Student Cultural Organization, known as ISCO. ISCO provides a forum for cultural exchange, friendship and learning new things while being involved in the university’s international community.
A “Taste of the World” event…
The International Student Culture Organization has been part of Troy University’s history for 40 years, and the long-standing culturally diverse organization celebrated this legacy with the ISCO Festival last Thursday night, bringing students from around the world together over food and fun.
ISCO and its members shared cuisines from each of their countries as…
A series of events, highlighted by the International Student Cultural Organization’s annual festival, will take place at Troy University next week in observance of International Education Week.
A joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education, International Education Week celebrates the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide….
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