The students came for a summer learning experience with a job at a classic American company. Instead, they got a crash course in the realities of the global economy.
Following months of campaigning, young foreign students who have waged a bitter labor battle against a U.S. candy giant, the Department of Labor has cited two subcontractors that helped import the students into the Hershey plant in Palmyra, Pennsylvania, where they were reportedly subjected to coercive, exploitative conditions.
Cool front page story in the L.A. Times: At Pepperdine's Surf Chapel, Prayers Come in Waves: On such a gray, nippy morning, most self-respecting college students would pull the covers over their heads and languish for a couple of ex...
Foreign exchange students going to school in the United States are finding it easier to seek employment this year than college students born and living in America. That fact has been raising eyebrows regarding American’s world-trave...
Students who study abroad, learn and practice a foreign language, and immerse themselves in a new culture to obtain new perspectives and skillsets that are necessary to succeed in the global economy.
700 higher graduate students from outside the European Union were barred from taking courses in chemistry, engineering, physics, biophysics, metallurgy and microbiology due to security concerns in the United Kingdom.