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 for 2015-2016 are now avaliable! Click on the link "JOIN" on the left for more information and to get an application!

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Nigeria's 'brown envelope' journalism

Shining a light on Nigeria's "brown envelope" journalism

Cameron hits back after coward claims

David Cameron denies claims he is running scared from a head-to-head TV debate with Ed Miliband, as he puts forward proposals for a seven-way debate instead.

Hotel chain confirms hack attack

Hotel chain Mandarin Oriental has confirmed that credit card data has been stolen in a hack attack on the company's network.

Cisse sorry for spitting incident

Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse apologises for part in spitting incident between him and Manchester United's Jonny Evans.

ISIS throws gay men off roofs

The photographs released by ISIS in its stronghold of Raqqa are dated March 2015. The first ones show a large crowd, mostly men, but also among them a handful of women and children, all looking up.

Oldest known human jawbone found

With the discovery of a gray, fossilized jawbone in a remote corner of Ethiopia, a student at Arizona State University may have changed our understanding of our earliest ancestors.

Lost city discovered in jungle

Archaeologists searching for a lost city in the jungles of Honduras have discovered the urban remains of what they believe is a vanished ancient civilization, National Geographic reports.

Families search mass graves for their dead

Families in Torreon, Mexico spend Saturdays looking for mass graves in hopes of finding their loved ones. Zain Asher reports.