Troy University students got a lesson about Russia courtesy of the International Student Cultural Organization.
As a part of their weekly country nights, ISCO had two students from Russia, share information about their home country to students last Thursday in the Hall of Honor.
Reena Shtedle and Irene Polansky talked about the cultural differences, stereotypes, infrastructure and environmental differences between Troy and their home cities.
“I like sharing experiences and I’ve talked to many Americans and they had lots of stereotypes about Russia,” says Polansky. “Some of them didn’t know some basics like that Russia is the biggest country in the world or that Siberia is a part of Russia and I really wanted to share that and to share the Russian experience.”
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