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From the Blog

Wondering what it's really like to be at The University of Findlay? Follow our bloggers and read—and sometimes listen and watch—their experiences. Real Oilers. Real stories. Real life.

USSH-UF Exchange Scholars Face to Face

Lunch at La Rotonde Saigon, a short taxi ride from the USSH campus, brought together five USSH – UF Exchange participants: Binh, Phuong, Nga, Marie...

My new home (and let the life lessons begin!)

After my longest travel journey (ever), I am officially moved into my apartment in Belgium! Bif and I are sharing a room, and have...

Mazza Museum at the American Center

 

At the Mazza Museum, Findlay, Ohio, USA, an impressive collection of original art from children’s picture books continues to stimulate the mind, excite the imagination and trigger...

THE ‘WALKING STREET’

Viet Nam News: The English Language Daily

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Following front page world news and national news on pages 2 and 3, readers will...

Saigon Today

Until the seventeenth century, when it became part of Vietnam, Saigon was a small port town belonging to the Kingdom of Cambodia.  In 1975, with its fall to...

Oilers Away!

I am officially at the Detroit Metro Airport with my roommate, Bif, for our flight – there’s no turning back now, even if I wanted...

Mekong: The Mother of Rivers

The Mekong River, the twelfth longest river in the world, begins its southern passage through six countries in the high plateau of  Eastern Tibet more...

Saigon to Siem Reap

Crossing the Vietnamese border into the Kingdom of Cambodia at Moc Bai  passports were gathered, reviewed and held for safe keeping by the border patrol...

Feeling at Home!

An invitation to colleagues asking each to share personal reflections of time spent in Vietnam as a participating member of the UF –USSH Exchange...

One Week Until Departure!

I am officially one week away from my Detroit flight to Chicago, my Chicago flight to London, and finally, my London flight to Brussels,...

Tight spaces!

On Sunday morning we left campus early enough to be among the first at our destination 70 kilometers northwest of Ho Chi Minh City. Ti and Chi,...

Meeting the Sophomores

Thirty minutes from USSH in the Dong Khoi Area of Ho Chi Minh City is Da Lat, the University’s expansive and new...

Women in the Arts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Getting to know USSH

The University of Social Sciences, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City (USSH-VNU-HCM) began in 1950 as a French Junior College of Social Sciences...