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An Insider′s Look at the Illinois Institute of Technology

Neil Bhandari, a Computer Science major at Illinois Tech, gives readers a look at the college which ranks on Forbes Top 25 STEM Colleges list.

12 Most Important College Hacks for International Students

Itís highly recommended that students practice these seemingly benign tasks so that the juggling act of academia and chores donít turn into a train wreck.

Book Review: Mathematical Mindsets

Stanford University Professor Jo Boaler's book provides a proven, practical roadmap to mathematics success for any student at any age

IIE Open Doors 2020: US hosts 1 million students for 5th year in a row

China (35%) and India (18%) maintain their positions as the top two source countries.

Indian students scramble to fly home as US colleges switch to remote classes due to coronavirus outbreak

With colleges shutting down abruptly, foreign students from far-away places like India navigate a logistics nightmare to chart their way home.

"Freshman year is breathless"

Mira Chhatwal, a freshman at Tufts University, says first-year students scramble to adjust to a new level of academics, while having a social life.

US college seniors are losing out by graduating during the pandemic

Anya Sinha, a senior at the University of California, San Diego wonít get to say a proper goodbye to a campus thatís been a second home

US colleges cancel study abroad programs as coronavirus fears spread

Some schools including Stanford University, Syracuse University, and New York University said they were closing their campuses in Florence.

Open Doors: Indian students in US colleges up sharply by 25 percent

Indian students in the US grow to 165,918 in the 2015-2016 academic year, contributing more than $5.5 billion to the US economy.

US Colleges to Answer How They Will Conduct Fall Reopening between Mid-May and late June

The shape of what the fall semester in August will look like is still coming into focus, but most US colleges are planning for in-person classes.

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