We recently hired ICU sophomore student Midori Matsunaga as our photography intern. Midori will help photograph JICUF-sponsored events at ICU as well as the campus each season to keep alumni and friends across the globe up to date. We asked her to introduce herself!
Jordan Woodard, a JICUF scholarship recipient, is from Austin, Texas. She is a junior student studying for four years at ICU, and her major is media, communication, and culture (MCC). We asked her a few questions about her life at ICU.
Li Boxiang is a sophomore student at ICU, who is receiving a scholarship from the JICUF. He is from China, and has yet to decide on his major but is interested in information science, economics and business. We asked him a few questions to get to know him better.
Katie Cheshire is a one exchange student (one-year regular or OYR) who is receiving the JICUF scholarship for international students. We recently had the opportunity to ask her a few questions.
We are happy to introduce our new photography intern, Ms. Hana Kamio. Hana is an undergraduate student at ICU, and she will be taking photographs of JICUF-sponsored events and programs on campus. We asked her to introduce herself.
Tim Fraser was an exchange student at ICU in fall 2014. At the time, he was a junior student at Middlebury College, and since then he has graduated and returned to Japan as a Fulbright Fellow. During his time at ICU, Tim participated in Team Asunaro’s volunteer activities in Tohoku, which the JICUF sponsored with funds raised from alumni and friends after the Tohoku Earthquake of 2011. Tim kindly agreed to be interviewed by us.
The Alumni Association’s Dream Competition (“Doricon”) 2016 took place on September 25th in the Alumni House. The Doricon is organized annually as a way for alumni to help current students realize their dreams, and this was its twelfth year.
ICU student Kai Nakagawa successfully applied for a JICUF spring term grant on behalf of Theater Niji, a student theatrical group that performs musicals both locally and internationally. We had a chance to interview Kai.
Daniel Fernández is a graduate student and Rotary Peace Fellow (Class XIII) at ICU. In the spring term, the JICUF awarded a program grant of ¥544,000 for his project, “Rethinking Translation, Memory and Dialogue through Butoh-based Performance.” We sat down with Daniel for a few questions.