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NextGen college tours: Why Ninaad Lakshman opted for Georgia Tech

With campuses closed to visits from prospective college students, The Indian SCENE is bringing the college experience to you.  This time around, The Indian SCENE spoke with Ninaad Lakshman of Downington, Pennsylvania, a promising computer science major at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Located in the very heart of Atlanta, the institution offers a sprawling

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NextGen college tours: Soccer player Tej Munshi on being a college athlete

With campuses closed to visits from prospective students, the Indian SCENE is bringing the college experience to you. This week, in a slightly different installment, The Indian SCENE spoke with Tej Munshi, a soccer player and aspiring doctor, about the recruitment process and the demands of being a college athlete. Munshi, a sophomore pre-medicine major, was

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NextGen college tours: Why Rohan Kansagra chose WashU

With campuses closed to visits from prospective students, the Indian SCENE is bringing its own college tours to you. This week, The Indian SCENE spoke with Rohan Kansagra of Warren, New Jersey, a sophomore at Washington University in St. Louis, studying environmental engineering and economics. WashU, as it’s known, boasts an impressive student to faculty ratio

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NextGen college tours: Why Riya Doshi chose Vanderbilt

With campuses closed to visits from prospective students, the Indian SCENE is bringing its own college tours to you. This week, The Indian SCENE spoke with Riya Doshi of Bloomfield Hills, a rising sophomore at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. Doshi is majoring in Medicine, Health, and Society — a field of study comparable to public

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NextGen college tours: Why Anika Dholakia chose the University of Michigan

With campuses closed to visits from prospective students, the Indian SCENE is bringing its own college tours to you. This week, The Indian SCENE spoke with Anika Dholakia of Sandy Hook, Conn., a recent graduate of the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. Michigan, located in Ann Arbor, boasts several notable alumni, including CNN

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NextGen college tours: Why Divya Macha chose Berkeley

With campuses closed to visits from prospective students, the Indian SCENE is bringing its own college tours to you. This week, The Indian SCENE spoke with Divya Macha of Ann Arbor, a rising junior at the University of California, Berkeley, studying molecular and cell biology. Berkeley, located across the San Francisco Bay from the city

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MSU Students Find Being Guest Student at Schoolcraft College Win-Win
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MSU Students Find Being a Guest Student at Schoolcraft College is a Win-Win

This post is sponsored by Schoolcraft College. Sachi Arora is a busy, productive and highly motivated student at Michigan State University. To start, the Novi native is majoring in Supply Chain management at the highly respected Eli Broad College of Business at MSU. What’s more, to help enhance her career options, she completed an internship at

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NextGen college tours: Why Jayan Joshi chose Cornell

With campuses closed to visits from prospective students, the Indian SCENE is bringing its own college tours to you. This week, The Indian SCENE spoke with Jayan Joshi of Dallas, a mechanical engineering major in Cornell University’s class of 2023. Cornell, a private university in Ithaca, New York is a member of the Ivy League,

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NextGen college tours: Why Priya Jindal chose Case Western

The Indian SCENE: Tell us about your high school experience (what clubs you were involved in, awards received, etc.). Priya Jindal: I graduated from Ottawa Hills High School in 2017. I was a student at Ottawa Hills Local Schools from kindergarten through the 12th grade, where I grew up with the same classmates and friends all those

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6-year-old Simran Adnani is on a mission to stop the spread of COVID-19

“Simran is very passionate about community service,” says Dr. Teena Chopra, an infectious disease specialist and mother of precocious 6-year-old Simran Adnani. An avid reader, Simran was recognized as a Young Changemaker last year by SEEN for her work to promote literacy worldwide. Now, Simran has set her sights on a new challenge: COVID-19, which has

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