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Now that you’ve had time to adjust to your new classes and catch up on your reading, it’s time to see what else Shoreline has to offer! Join us on ...

Shoreline Welcomes Students from over 30 Countries

International Education was thrilled to welcome a great group of new international students for fall quarter 2017! We had students from over 30 different countries arrive for orientation. This year ...

One Student’s Experience in Jamaica

Originally posted on Shoreline Study Abroad:
For more than ten years running, Shoreline psychology instructor Bob Thompson has been taking students to a rural area in the Blue Mountains ...

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Medical Insurance

Medical care in the U.S. is very expensive!  Therefore, as an international ...

Orientation

International Student Orientation Program (ISOP) ISOP BEGINS ON September 18 at 8:00AM! ISOP ...

New Student Newsletter

Shoreline’s International Education department would like to share information with our new ...

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Tips for Finals

Start Preparing Early! Trying to cram an entire quarter’s notes into your head the night before a test is not a good way to study. A final paper you wrote the day before it was due will not be your best work. Take time now to make a plan! Make lists of all the things […]

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Holiday Festivities in Seattle This Weekend

Take a break from homework and studying this weekend and check out these great and FREE holiday events around downtown Seattle! Sheraton Gingerbread Village – Tuesday, November 21 through January 1 The Downtown Sheraton Hotel is celebrating their 25th year of exceptional gingerbread creations. This year the theme is honoring Seattle. They have viewing hours […]

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Badminton Tournament

International Education Week wraps up with a Badminton Tournament on Friday, November 17. The tournament is held in the main gym from 9:00am – 12:00pm. Even if you don’t play, go and cheer on your fellow Phins! Winners of the tournament will receive movie vouchers. Sign up online or visit the International Education Department (9302) […]

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International Myths & Tales Panel

All cultures have their own myths and tales. Sometimes myths explain how the Earth was formed and created, or discuss heroes and magical figures. Others are used to teach valuable lessons about how to behave or why people live a certain way. These stories are universal, and there is a lot to learn from the […]

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Say Hello, Bonjour, こんにちは, and More at the Language Tables

The Language Tables are back for International Education week! Stop by PUB Lobby on Thursday, November 16 from 11:30am – 1:00pm to try out languages like Japanese, Punjabi, and French. You’ll learn some quick and useful phrases as well as see some student work from the languages taught here at Shoreline. If you’re interested in […]

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Short Run Comix & Arts Festival

The Short Run Comix & Arts Festival is taking place on Saturday, November 4 at Seattle Center, from 11:00am – 6:00pm. This free event is all about showcasing independent artists, writers, and creators. The Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center will be where the Book Expo is held, and the Vera Project will house all of […]

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International Education Week Photo Competition

We are looking for submissions for the International Education Week Photo Competition! The contest is open to all current Shoreline students, and each participant can submit up to three photos. The deadline to submit photos is November 8 at 11:59pm. Make sure you include a title/caption relating to the photo and the theme of “Transitions.” […]

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Get Spooky and Shake Your BOOty!

Friday, October 27 is the Halloween Dance hosted by the International Peer Mentors. Join us in the PUB from 6:00pm – 9:00 pm for dancing, refreshments, a costume contest, raffles, a photo booth, and games! Costumes are not mandatory, but are encouraged. The Adventure Builder’s Club will also be hosting an escape room, and the […]

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Japanese Cultural Festival

It has become a tradition for the Japanese students in Shoreline’s TRAJAL Hospitality Program (TJHC) to host a Japanese Cultural Festival for the school. Cultural festivals (bunkasai) are very popular in Japan, in all levels of schools, from kindergartens to universities. At the Shoreline Japanese Cultural Festival, attendees got to play games with the students, […]

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Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival at Shoreline

On October 4, Shoreline celebrated the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival in the Quiet Dining Room. Students came to try many flavors of mooncakes, watched the Chinese TV Gala, and decorated their own paper lanterns. The Mid-Autumn Festival is meant to give thanks for the harvest and for peaceful unions. It also celebrates the gathering of family […]

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