How to Build A Bridge Between Cultures

If you asked people what is the best part of studying abroad, most of them would say the opportunity of getting to know more people and discovering new cultures. It’s usually easy to communicate if you have a mutual language, but there are more –and better- channels to talk with a foreigner.  No matter which

Winter Quarter | Start Of Classes

Congratulations to all the students who made it to the winter quarter at SSU and welcome all the new students who just joined SSU community. Countdown is over and today is the first day of classes. For some people the first day of classes may be a very giddy experience, for others it can be

Merkel says climate change is ‘a fact,’ laments US stance

BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Angela Merkel took aim Tuesday at U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris accord, calling the move “very regrettable” at a time when the overwhelming majority of countries worldwide are trying to limit global warming. “We know climate change isn’t a matter of faith,” she told an

Venezuela migrants in Colombia tops a million over 15 months: government

Venezuela migrants in Colombia tops a million over 15 months: government BOGOTA (Reuters) – More than a million people have left Venezuela to live in Colombia during the last 15 months, with arrivals expected to continue, the Colombian government said on Wednesday, as its socialist neighbor suffers a deep economic crisis. A two-month national survey

Ajit Pai’s repeal of net neutrality officially goes into effect today

TL;DR: The FCC repeal of net neutrality goes into effect TODAY, but Congress can still stop it and save the Internet. Click here to contact your House Reps right now! Hold the obituaries. Net neutrality is not dead. Ajit Pai’s absurd repeal of basic free speech protections is the most unpopular decision in the history of


Dear SSU Students, Faculty, and Staff: September 17th marked a special day in the history of the United States of America. On this day we commemorate Constitution Day as the signing of the U.S. Constitution took place on September 17, 1787, recognizing the rights of all who are born in the U.S. or by naturalization

Assemble and distribute care packages for the homeless with SDYP

All help is needed and welcomed. Do not hesitate to come with your friends! The more we get together, the more we will help 🙂 Join US on: FaceBook Free Admission

Chancellor’s response to BPPE announcement

SSU Students, Today, the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE) sent a generalized email to all students at schools accredited by ACICS in California. Please rest assured that we are well aware of this situation and have already begun taking proactive measures to remedy any potential disruption to you. Read the entire letter from