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NextGen: Dilan Tank

With a deep passion for the ever-changing world of business, technology and economics, Dilan Tank, a junior at Northville High School, spends his free time understanding how to make improvements within his community. Interested in new technological ventures to help the elderly, Tank co-founded technanagy.org, a website that supports senior citizens as they navigate the

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NextGen

NextGen: Janani Shiva

When I think about what it means to be a “well-rounded” individual, several characteristics come to mind.  And Janani Shiva strikes me as a true example of one, affirming my belief that our younger generation is capable of changing the world for the better. Only a sophomore in high school, Janani has spoken at the

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NextGen

NextGen: Reeya Patel

On a basketball court, screaming fans cheer for the win. A young Indian-American player dribbles the ball near center court, dreaming of the same outcome. Reeya Patel, a senior at Huron High School, is energetic both on and off the court and talked to the Indian SCENE about her love of playing basketball and her

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Lifestyle

College admissions have changed dramatically. What does that mean for high schoolers?

At one of Troy-based Finesse Academy’s monthly alumni sessions in early December, college counselor Arun Ponnusamy, the chief academic officer of college consulting company Collegewise, extensively explained the changing role of college counselors in students’ lives and offered advice for college applicants. The Indian SCENE caught up with Ponnusamy to discuss the daunting college admissions

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Health

It’s not ‘just a phase’: How college students are addressing mental wellness in a climate of silence

Until recently, I think it’s safe to say conversations surrounding mental health and wellness have been few and far between in a vast majority of Indian and Indian-American households. For this reason, the immediate picture many generations of Indians have long held in mind when imagining someone “mentally unwell” might include alarmist and harmful fears

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