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.  

 

 

 

 

Europa Building: Brussels unveils new €321m 'Space Egg' HQ

The new European Council headquarters in Brussels, the Europa Building, has been unveiled.

US actor Judge Reinhold 'embarrassed' by airport arrest

US actor Judge Reinhold is arrested after a confrontation with security officials at Dallas airport.

Madagali: 'Thirty dead' in Nigeria suicide attack

Thirty people are killed in a suicide attack in the north-eastern Nigerian town of Madagali, the army says.

Football-sized drone flown 20m from Heathrow-bound plane

A drone was flown as close as 20m from a passenger jet over south-east London, an investigation reveals.

Over 1,000 Russian athletes benefited from 'state-sponsored doping'

More than 1,000 Russian athletes across 30 sports -- including football -- benefited from state-sponsored doping, according to the latest findings of a report commissioned by the World Anti-Doping Agency.

Aleppo: UN fears for 100,000 trapped civilians, missing men

Hundreds of men are allegedly missing after crossing from rebel-held eastern Aleppo to the government-controlled west, the United Nations said Friday, as it voiced deep concern for the fate of some 100,000 civilians still trapped in the east.

Powerful quake kills at least 97

At least 25 people were killed in an earthquake that struck Indonesia's Aceh province Wednesday morning according to the head of the Aceh Red Cross.

Voices from Mosul: 'Hope is Fading'

When Iraqi troops launched the offensive to retake Mosul from ISIS in late October, many families in the city were hopeful. After two years living under the militant group's draconian rule, they believed they would be freed in a matter of days.