“For the generation that were born after it happened, it’s for them to know more about their country and to learn what happened, so that it can never be repeated again. You need to know your culture—where you come from and where you’re going.”
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“That one individual’s comments do not reflect the beliefs of our country, our local community, our campus or our church community,” Jones said. “I want our international students to know that every student is welcome here. We pride ourselves on being a very diverse student body. I hate it, because he says things like this and gets to go away and do his own thing, but we have to find a way to live together.”
"We have students from more than 40 different countries here–it's really healthy–so that's great."
Unlike the seasonal flu, pandemics occur when a new virus emerges. According to CNN, the result is something “mankind has never seen before, a pathogen that can spread easily from person to defenseless person—our immune systems never primed to launch any sort of defense.”
Students from Mexico City comment on the magnitude 7.1 earthquake that hit their home last week
The City of Edmond signed a sister cities agreement with Qingyang, China last month.
Marking 22 years after the 1994 Rwandan genocide against the Tutsi, Oklahoma Christian University students, faculty and staff commemorated the historic event with an annual…
Oklahoma Christian University’s Wishing Well chapter challenged participants to walk in the shoes of those less fortunate than themselves on Thursday. Partnering with Healing Hands…