Troy University’s International Student Cultural Organization gave both domestic and international students the opportunity to learn about the state they live in, Alabama.
For their first event of the semester ISCO decided to introduce these students to their new home.
“Tonight was our first event and of course it was Alabama night,” says former ISCO…
A Troy University fraternity was enjoying an old playground favorite on campus as away to help children in need.
The brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon spent 48 hours on see-saw to raise awareness and money for St. Jude Children’s Hospital while having a little bit of fun in the process.
“It’s fantastic,” says TKE…
Tuesday was the United Nations International Day of Peace and Tuesday night Troy University‘s International Student Cultural Organization celebrated the day with a Peace Walk through campus.
“Tonight was our yearly celebration of the United Nations International Day of Peace,” says ISCO President Jackson Kiger. “It’s a day that we mark by doing one…
Troy University‘s International Students Cultural Organization held their first country night of the fall semester focusing on India.
Students got the opportunity to learn more about India’s food and culture through a presentation by Indian student Snehal Adekar.
“It feels great,” says Adekar. “This is like away from home and when you get a…