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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?

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

Hofstra University: Where You Are Meant to Be

Small class sizes and exciting, fulfilling on-campus programs are led by a supportive faculty and staff. And, Hofstra's close proximity to Manhattan allows students to take advantage of various cultural aspects, internship experiences and networking opportunities.

Reaching for the Stars at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

Maya Vira, who is pursuing a double major in Computer Science and Astronomy at UIUC, shares her perspectives on campus life and academics.

US College Shocker: Nearly 36% of Students Don’t Get Enough to Eat

Financially stressed students are being forced to choose between covering steep tuition fees and buying food.

Supermodel Tyra Banks to Teach Stanford MBA Class

Banks, who is a business powerhouse and TV producer, is co-teaching an MBA course on personal branding.

The best way to know if a university is right for you – tips from expert Holly Singh

Holly Singh, who oversees many aspects of the international student experience at Arizona State University, shares some great practical tips regarding rankings, choosing a school, and much more

Explore endless opportunities for experiential learning at Hofstra University

The school's 140 undergraduate programs and 160 graduate ones include courses in the health professions ranging from sports science to health administration

International students need clarity on the vaccine requirements of US universities

Without adequate communication, international students are very confused by the disparate vaccine requirements of US universities.

Leadership, entrepreneurship, and extracurriculars: Q&A with Diana Drake of K@WHS

How can a high-school student succeed in school, university and beyond? The Managing Editor of Knowledge@Wharton High School answers.

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