Did you see our first #FlavorsFromISL video on our Facebook? Check out the recipe and make them yourself! Don’t forget to comment with a picture of your own!
Reflection by: Diane Park November 15th: Yeonmi Park Yeonmi Park’s keynote speech today has left a lasting imprint. The main story she told about her life in North Korea was alarming: the immense hunger (this should definitely not be downplayed), strict autocracy, the blind following of leader and regime, lack of companionship. I’m sure that what she’s… Read More A Reflection on Yeonmi Park
By Allison Hood This summer, I went to New Delhi, India on a volunteer exchange program through AIESEC. Those 7 weeks were some of the most amazing weeks of my entire life. I learned so much and made so many friends from around the world. It allowed me to see India and its people differently,… Read More 10 Things I Learned in India
By Maggie Harney The TED talk below with Jenni Chang and Lisa Dazols inspired our blog post about how different cultures across the globe respond to and accept the LGBT community. We spoke with Meg Evans, Director of the LGBT Resource Center at UGA, to get more insight on issues facing this community, advice she… Read More A Chat with Meg Evans: The Global LGBT Community
By Listya Munthe For the committee chairs and staff of ISL, the day of International Street Festival started at 7 AM, standing in the middle of College Avenue, hanging up flags about eleven feet off the ground. Fast forward about four hours, and the tents, stage, tables, and food were set up. The real show was… Read More In Case You Missed It: 2016 International Street Festival
By Listya Munthe Caribbean Student Association held their annual ethnic night at Morton Theatre on April 1st and 2nd of 2016. The show was called Broken Expectations, which detailed the story of three women living here in the United States and how they overcame the obstacles of motherhood, immigration, and deception while trying to stick… Read More Broken Expectations: A Recap of CaribSA’s Ethnic Night
By Listya Munthe Bri Hart is this year’s International Student Life’s graduate assistant. She was born and raised in Thomson, GA and also attended the University of Georgia from 2009 to 2013. She received her Bachelor of Science in Education and majored in Health and Physical Education. During Bri’s time at UGA, she was an IMPACT site… Read More Staff Spotlight: Bri Hart