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October 27, 2014 at 4:02 pm

OPIE Holds Pumpkin Carving Contest

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Ohio Program of Intensive English

OPIE Workshop

OPIE Workshop

Workshop “Navigating the University Landscape: A Roadmap” was successfully held on Oct. 15 for undergraduate students at the advanced and pre-academic levels of OPIE. The goal of the workshop was to make students’ transition from OPIE to the major fields of study at Ohio University easier and more successful. At the workshop, the students were able to discuss the differences between the United States and their home countries’ education systems, think of strategies to adjust to new academic requirements, practice ‘reading’ individual DARS reports, and finally participate in the DARS group contest. On Oct. 22, the same students attended OPIE Academic Orientation held by Allen Student Advising Center where they received more information on specific Ohio University departmental degree requirements, prepared to meet academic advisers, learned about Ohio University’s Learning Communities, and got ready to register for academic classes.

OPIE Creative Arts Club

OPIE Creative Arts Club

OPIE Creative Arts Club went to Old’s Man Cave in Hocking Hills this past weekend.

Interested in joining the OPIE Creative Arts Club?  Visit their website or on Facebook: OPIE Creative Arts Club!

OPIE held its annual Pumpkin Carving Event!

OPIE pumpkin carving contest

OPIE pumpkin carving contest

Pumpkin Carving Gala 2014 was hosted by Association for Cultural Exchange Oct. 22. Carving it up on Wednesday night! ACE, OPIE, ISU, other Ohio University student groups.

Ohio students and faculty are welcome to join OPIE events: 

Wednesday Discussion, Oct. 29, 2 to 2:55 p.m., Ellis 111. OPIE will host the talk on the topic Healthy Cross-Cultural Relationships by Jacob Okumu, Coordinator for Student Outreach and Development Services.

International Conversation Hour, Wednesday, Oct. 29, 6 to 7 p.m., Bobcat Student Lounge, first floor. Join this fun multicultural exchange of ideas and make friends with students from around the world!

International Student Book Club Meeting, WednesdayOct. 29, 7 to 8 p.m., Front Room, Baker Center.  Book Clubs are especially interesting when discussed by people from various corners of the world.

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