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NextGen

NextGen: Sahil Deenadayalu

Next fall, Sahil Deenadayalu will attend Case Western University, where he was recruited to play tennis. But for now, he’s a senior at Greenhills High School in Ann Arbor, where he lives with his parents—whom he describes as “funny” and “forward-thinking”—and “two cute, fluffy, white bichons named Coco and Louie.” The Indian SCENE caught up

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Organization

Association Spotlight: Key2Finesse

Key2Finesse is a student-run non-profit organization that started in 2015 with the mission to create leaders for tomorrow. Even in a fast-paced, technology-driven world, there is a multitude of obstacles in the way of children’s growth and their future. Many are faced with hunger, poverty, unsatisfactory education, and Key2Finesse wanted to change this. They have

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Community Events

A night of farm-to-table fare at the Clarkston Family Farm

The Clarkston Family Farm hosted their inaugural fundraiser, The Garden Gala, on Friday, September 13. The Gala benefitted the Pathways to Possibilities Project, which provides greater accessibility to the farm spaces for people of all ages and abilities. Funds raised were put to use the very next morning to install a handicap accessible ramp to

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Health

Why I walk for breast cancer research

April 12, 2002: a very dark day in my life. The one person that meant everything to my existence on planet earth was no longer there. Breast cancer got the better of my beloved mom Nalini and I would no longer feel her warm hug or hear her loving words. Many experience the loss of

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Community Events

Event: Amar Prem — Immortal Love

This is a sponsored post. Nobody loves a good love story more than India does — just look at the thousands of romantic Bollywood films produced each year! This fascination with love — how it begins, grows, challenges, and empowers — isn’t some modern phenomenon, though. Rather, many Indian tales of romance and devotion have endured

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Organization

First person: For Dhairya, and the spirit of the game

The Detroit Royals’ start to the 2017 season was not great — we needed more energy. We had great players, but still, something was missing; we needed a spark. That’s when our most memorable game came: the Royals were down 8 wickets, with merely 50 runs on the board and finally managed to score over 120

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