Monthly Archives: May 2015

Policy Reminder

This is just a reminder for all of our host families and students: If you have a housing question, please email housing at housing@greenriver.edu  We will respond to your email within one business day (Monday-Friday 8:00a-5:00p)! -IPEL Housing Staff

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We LOVE our host families!

The Housing Team wanted to take the time and say THANK YOU to all of our host families! International Programs would be nothing without your support, care and hospitality towards our students! Not only do our host families dedicate their time, they also … Continue reading

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Did you know: “Pakistani cuisine is versatile and incorporates lots of different vegetables. Also prominent are fruit and fish found in or around Pakistan. Unlike its Indian neighbors, Pakistan is home to lots of meat eaters; garnished with vegetables, spices … Continue reading

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Filipino recipes!!

Facts about Filipino food: Influenced by Malay, Spanish, and Chinese cultures, Filipino cuisine is a melting pot of delicious delectable that even we, in the United States can agree is a treat. Jackfruit (langka), coconut (buko), and palm nuts (kaong) are … Continue reading

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Student of the month!

Meet our student of the month, Roger Luo, from China. He came to Green River in the fall of 2013 at the age of 17. He is majoring in Computer Science and just received his acceptance letter to UCLA. He … Continue reading

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Give Blood Today!

Green River College’s blood drive is TODAY, Wednesday, May 13th from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m in the Lindbloom Student Center (LC) building in the Glacier Room on Main Campus! Please hydrate and eat prior to giving blood. GIVE BLOOD. GET COOKIES. … Continue reading

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Alumna of the Mont!

Meet our alumna of the month, Yu Sato from Tokyo, Japan. She came to the U.S. for the first time in 2010, after graduating from her high school in Japan. After studying English (IESL) at Green River for a year, she then studied another 2 … Continue reading

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