Vision: Together

This year has brought a lot of uncertainty, disappointment, and especially loneliness for all of us. I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling the desire to be “together” with friends and family stronger than I can ever remember. Vision: Together will be a time to...

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How does mobile service work in the US?

When you move to the US to study, one of the first things you will need to do is set up your cellphone service. To help you with the process, here are some questions to consider:   1. Do you want to be committed to a multi-year contract or would you rather pay...

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Exploring the Outdoors in the US

Experiencing the natural beauty of a new country is an amazing benefit of studying abroad. One of my favorite memories from my year in Lebanon is the day I visited the Baatara Gorge Waterfall. The U.S. is a geographically massive and diverse country, and no matter...

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Servant Leadership

Imagine this. Tomorrow you are awoken by two men in business suits. Both of the men are wearing sunglasses even though it’s early in the morning, and the men are inside, in your bedroom. Noticing you are now awake, one of the men announces, “Good morning, ma’am/sir....

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Meet Cheng from Kansas State University

Introduce yourself. What is your first name, what is your major, what is your school, where are you from. My name is Cheng. I am studying agriculture at Kansas State University, and I am from a city in the north of China. What was your first impression of the USA?...

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Making the Most of College

Make the Most of College in the U.S. Most international students who study abroad in the U.S. are here for the academic programs and opportunities American universities have to offer. Studying is important, but there is so much more college life has to offer than...

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