Tag: Mexico

Canelo Alvarez vs Caleb Plant : The Fight for Glory

Saturday, November 6th will be the day Canelo Álvarez and Caleb Plant fight face to face for the super middleweight division at the MGM...

From Soccer to Fútbol: Diversity in GU Men’s Soccer

Soccer overseas can be quite different than in the United States. At Greenville University, the soccer programs see both American and international styles of...

Studying Abroad: Dory Keeps Swimming

Studying abroad in the US is a desirable dream for students from other countries because it helps students experience one of the best education...

Growing Number Of International Players on GU Men’s Soccer

Greenville University has caught the eye of many students looking to further their education as well as many athletes looking to further their careers....

No More ‘Dos a Cero’

Written and Media by: Alex Carie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAaBbFfv5HA USA vs Mexico, one of the biggest international rivalries of all time, played once again in Columbus, Ohio. The match...


Written by Whitney Vitt. DM by Stephanie Rodriguez. Every student always looks forward to spring break because it's a time to relax away from...

Study Abroad & Missions 2016

Written and DM by Stephanie Rodriguez. The Director of World Outreach and Missions, Faith Marie Nava, worked throughout the semester to provide the best opportunities...

Behind the Scenes in Missions

Written by: Lauren Buser | Media by: Thomas Hajny Over 2 million people in the United States are getting involved in missions.  Mission trips are...

Brazil and Mexico Presidents Upset Over NSA Spying

Written by Erik Reed; Media by Michael Courtney After Edward Snowden left the United States for a year’s worth of asylum in Russia, and after tensions arose between the U.S. and its two biggest Latin American allies, Brazil and Mexico, President Barack Obama has promised to probe the U.S. National Security Agency’s alleged spying on the two nations (Reuters)

Drug-Related Violence in Mexico on the Rise

Written by Kevin Dunne. In a series of tragic events, eleven months after her term as mayor of Tiquicheo, Mexico ended, Maria Santos Gorrostieta’s body...