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Catch 22 situations – Like the fork on the road holds us back

Catch 22 situations – Have you ever faced them??? If you say NO – Think twice – For such scenarios always surprise us when least expected. Catch 22 situations– Like the fork on the road force us to think and rethink on the roads that lay ahead of us. When we find ourselves at a...
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Revisiting Myself: A Year Later |Nikin Tharan|

“The land of the free, the home of the brave, where opportunities lie and dreams are fulfilled” – American Dream   My name is Nikin Tharan and I was born and educated in India. I would like to start-off by saying that applying to American universities was a crazy process and I am extremely thankful...
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Guide to Researching Universities

One of the best ways to find reliable information about a university is directly through the university’s website. Here you should be able to find all of the facts and figures that you need to understand the university, its programs, its admissions requirements, and financial aid options. While much of the information you are looking...
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New Year’s Resolution: Study Abroad!

Happy New Year! When I was home in the U.S. for the holidays, I spent some time with a group of girls that I mentored when I was in high school and college. Now THEY are in college, which definitely makes me feel old!
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My weekend with the STEAM 2012 students

I spent the last weekend at the University of Iowa and I have to say, it was one of the most refreshing weekends I’ve had in a long time. Not because I lazed around a pool and got massages (I wish!), but because I was hanging out with the 6 students who are at UI...
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Full STEAM Ahead

Early Friday morning, 6 students with origins across India will board a plane and embark on a journey called STEAM. STEAM stands for “Short-Term Experience Abroad Module” and provides the opportunity for these students, who are currently pursuing their undergraduate degrees, to take a short-term course at a university abroad.
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