Nowruz

Nowruz is the Persian celebration of the new year that begins on the March equinox. In preparation for Nowruz this year, a student in Los Angeles shared the meaning and history behind the holiday, as well as what it means to him as a Christian. We are excited to...

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Diversity in the US

Looking around at my US high school made up of 80+% white students, it was hard to understand why my sociology textbook could claim that by the year 2050 whites would no longer be the majority race in America. Fast forward 10 years- and America is on that path to...

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Boston Travel

International students have unique opportunities not only to get a great education but to travel and experience the breadth of all your host country has to offer. As you consider where you may want to visit after pandemic restrictions subside, may we suggest Boston,...

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Wisdom on Singleness & Dating

Can we get a summary of your love story? My love story took a while. It didn’t happen right in the exact timing that I hoped or wanted it to. When I was 30, I met my husband at a conference and we talked. Long story short, a couple of years later we started getting to...

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Advice During Pandemic Times From A Fellow Student

Introduce yourself. What is your first name, what is your major, what is your school, and where have you grown up? My name is Johan. I'm majoring in Information Technology at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. And I grew up in Dubai for about 16 years....

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Depression and Love

I had always been a straight-A student. I had always had the energy to keep up with an activity-packed schedule. And I had always prided myself on my intelligence, my creativity, and my outgoing, friendly attitude.So it was painful for me when I suddenly lost all...

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