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Culture immersion, no passport needed

International Spring Fest on April 17 will showcase student groups from around the world.

By Sherrie Voss Matthews
International Media and Marketing Coordinator

You might not be able to catch New York, Paris, or Buenos Aires for fashion week this year, but you can catch a tiny taste...

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Majed Hajj is creating opportunities for Iraqi refugees through research

By Marissa Villa, Multimedia Editor

Meet Majed Hajj. Originally from Lebanon, he knows the difficulties that stem from immigrating to the United States, and plans to use his qualitative research to understand children going through the assimilation process.

Hajj is working on his...

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Passport to Kimchi

The second-annual Kimchi Festival, sponsored by the East Asia Institute, had more than 500 participants.

By Jantel Fontenot, Office of International Programs communications intern

When you first walked into the ground floor in the Main Building, you were greeted by the aroma of Asian...

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Mexico Center, Policy Studies Center host lecture by Mexican political scientist

By Olivia Lopez
Program Coordinator, Mexico Center

The UTSA Mexico Center, UTSA Policy Studies Center and SABER es PODER will present a lecture by José Woldenberg, distinguished Mexican political scientist and sociologist. Free and open to the public, the event is 10-11:30 a.m.,...

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