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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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NRI Seva Foundation founder Harish Kolasani on finding his true calling

“Every day I ask myself, how am I making a difference in this world,” says Harish Kolasani, founder of the Non-Resident India (NRI) Seva Foundation, a non-profit organization that focuses on helping the underprivileged in India in health, education, and senior citizen care. It has already helped over 382,000 people since its inception in 2010.

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Letter from the Editor

Letter from the editor: October 2020

This month we bid adieu to The Indian SCENE’s long-time editor Maitreyi. I’m immensely grateful and delighted to step into her shoes and shoulder the responsibilities as the publication’s new editor. After looking at her body of work, I can undeniably agree with Lipsa and state that I have some very large shoes to fill

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Black and South Asian VP nominee Kamala Harris is a trailblazer

Lassi with Lavina / The Indian SCENE For young Indian girls who were growing up in America in the ‘70s, there were few role models in political life that looked like them. The American president and vice-president were always white and always male. With President Obama’s inauguration, they finally got to see a minority family

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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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Fall Toppers: Sunita Dass’ Favorite Trench Coats

Fall is very definitely in the air and it’s the time of year when our thoughts turn to transitional looks to take us from the balmy days of summer into the cooler autumnal months. The temperatures are not low enough to warrant puffer coats and boots quite yet, so trench coats are the perfect solution

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