Holds on student accounts have since been lifted.
Undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students share personal stories.
MISC President Kristy Lai: “These flags not only represent where students come from, but it also represents our culture, our beliefs and our home.”
University spokesman Christian Basi: “The students are very valued members of our community, and the international students bring a rich diversity to the campus.”
“I feel like we are trying to move on, but I’m a bit afraid that it’s going to happen again because it was so big, and ISIS said it wouldn’t be the last attack,” French exchange student Mathilde Saint-Genis said.
Excessive patriotism is making Americans ignorant of the world around them.
The slates address a variety of issues from increasing affordability in housing and dining to advocating for mental health and social justice issues to better the lives of MU students.
The Grand Marshals are the tri-chairs of the new campaign Mizzou: Our Time to Lead.
Students will carry about 40 flags from different countries around campus.
Faith in humanity restored by Europeans willing to welcome refugees
Cultural presentations, food and music filled Brewer Court on Saturday night.
Over 100 countries are represented at MU.
While I am technically from China, I tell people that I am from Hong Kong because there is a notable difference between the two.
Ask yourself: Does where you live really affect your overall happiness?
Extending the length of student visas allows Chinese students to pursue their dreams in America.
Nine student groups gave a variety of cultural performances Saturday at Missouri Theatre.
While you may seek the approval of your parents, following your dreams is important in life.
For some students here at MU, it’s still 2014.
Finding affordable housing that is also close to campus can be a difficult experience, especially for international students.
While there are many noticeable differences between the Chinese and American cultures, most people don’t notice all of the similarities.