The Crossroads Program

Crossroads brings together international and domestic students with a passion and curiosity for language and culture. These students elect to live in the intentional learning community of Carlson International Center. Crossroads members work to understand themselves and the world by exploring global issues and creating programming to educate the entire campus community.

Crossroads/International Center Applications are Available Now!.
Applications Due March 9, 2016.  





'Rest in peace'

A look at the background and lives of some of the victims of the attack on Istanbul airport on 28 June.

Istanbul airport attackers 'Russian, Uzbek and Kyrgyz'

The three men who carried out Tuesday's deadly attack on an Istanbul airport were all from former Soviet states, Turkish media and officials say.

Five fight to lead Tories and Britain

Justice Secretary Michael Gove and Home Secretary Theresa May head the five contenders to be Conservative leader - as Boris Johnson bows out.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Manchester United to sign ex-PSG striker

Former Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic confirms he is joining Manchester United after leaving French champions Paris St-Germain.

Surprise twist after Brexit vote

Having spearheaded Britain's surprise exit from the EU, Conservative politician Boris Johnson delivered a further bombshell Thursday when he announced he would not be running to replace outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron.

Turkish officials: ISIS involved in Istanbul airport attack

As Turkey mourned dozens of people massacred at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport, investigators sought answers on who's behind the terror attack on one of Europe's busiest transit hubs.

Airstrikes hit huge ISIS convoy

Coalition airstrikes targeted two ISIS convoys leaving Falluja over two days, destroying about 175 vehicles carrying militants out of the city, the spokesman for the U.S. coalition said Thursday.

Why Turkey's foreign policy changes won't bring stability

This week three simultaneous suicide bomb attacks rocked Istanbul Ataturk Airport, one of the busiest in the world, killing 43 people. Turkish government officials almost immediately blamed ISIS for the deaths, which coincided with the restoration of full diplomatic relations with Israel and the thawing of ties with Russia.