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Devoted to dance and wondering where to study? Here are 5 great schools you can choose from!

“When you dance, you enjoy the luxury of being you.” -Paulo Coehlo

Trump's Travel Ban Affects 20,000 Students, Faculty in US Colleges

Will the decree, easily interpreted as a deep hostility to the world beyond America's shores, put off international students?

4 Questions With Dr. Panchanathan of Arizona State University

BrainGain magazine recently conducted a Facebook live session with Dr. Sethuraman Panchanathan, Executive Vice President at Arizona State University. Below are highlights from the conversation.

Game of Thrones fires up medieval studies at US colleges

Harvard University, Boston College, University of California and Virginia Tech are offering medieval studies courses inspired by the Game of Thrones.

What is the Common App for college admissions, and how does it work?

The Common Application for 2017-18 is live now. You can use it to apply to nearly 700 colleges and universities in the US, Canada, China, and some countries in Europe. Here’s how it works

What the China-US trade war has meant for international students

China and the U.S. may have called for a truce, but international students are still impacted by their economic tussle

The 10 best undergraduate business programs in the US

PoetsandQuants has published its inaugural ranking of the top undergraduate business programs in the US. Read more below.

Student Speak: Why applying Early Decision worked brilliantly for me

Are you confused about when to apply to US Universities? Don’t worry, we have a successful applicant unscrambling the jargon around ED, EA and RD for you.

International House Scholarships for 2016-2017

International House in New York City is offering need-based scholarships of up to $10,000 each to residents. Deadlines are coming up in mid-June and mid-July.

Book Review: Hidden Figures

The book chronicles the true story about the genius and tenacity of a team of African American women mathematicians who helped NASA soar.

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