The International House at the University of Chicago was founded in 1932 to be a housing complex and program center to facilitate a cultural exchange between students of various nationalities. It is the diversity of its residents' background that gives International House a unique identity, which has now earned it four locations outside Chicago, in New York, Berkeley, Paris, and Tokyo. Besides being a residential complex, the International House also serves as a vibrant cultural center, sharing its wealth of cultural diversity with the world through a range of events. See the website to know more.
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