President Deborah F. Stanley welcomed 221 students, representing 21 countries, during the International Student Reception on Jan. 31 in the Sheldon Hall Ballroom. International-themed student organizations displayed materials and projects created by their clubs at tables around the room. Students in the Nihon-Go Japanese Language and Culture Club arrayed examples of Japanese origami, calligraphy and brushes, fans, umbrellas, Sudoku and thoroughly American cookies. Kaylina Rivera ’15 and Arnaldo Martinez ’15, two officers of the Latino Student Union display Latin American Heritage Cards, co-founded by Newton Paul ’97 M’99 and Yorick Kemp ’97, which give capsule histories of 52 prominent leaders among Latinos. During spring semester, 198 SUNY Oswego students are studying abroad in 21 different countries through 40 distinct programs.