Majors, Minors, and Fields of Study at US Colleges

Now that you’ve read the basics of how to start selecting a college or a university in the United States (Selecting an American College) you need to start thinking about what you want to study. The US has a unique and flexible system allowing you to choose your field of

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20 U.S. Colleges and Universities with Free Online Courses

By Karen Schweitzer Teachers and students aren’t the only people who have embraced the idea of free and open learning. There are a number of U.S. colleges and universities that have decided to explore this venue as well. Although many of the free courses these institutions offer do not result

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Whatzzup, How’s it going? Sup, Dawg ??? ?? ??? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ?????, ???? ??? ?????? ?? ??? ??? ??? ??? ?? ?????? ?? ?????? ??????? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ?????????? ??? ???????? ??? ????? ??? ??????? ? ??????? ????????? ???? ?? ???????? ?? ?????? ?? ????????? ???? ????????

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Open Mind, Open Heart: A Fulbright Fellow with a Disability from Lebanon Shares his Experience

The flight across the Atlantic Ocean to the U.S. was just another step in the journey for Fadi Hajjar, a graduate student and former Fulbright Fellow from Lebanon and is blind.  Months before, Fadi began the journey by taking a chance and seizing an opportunity.  Fadi received his Master’s degree

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Making Sense of American Slang

Pulling my leg? Nice hat trick? Let’s bail? I call shotgun? Lit AF?? If you are not sure what the above statements mean, you are not alone. Each year, international students like you master the English language only to discover, upon arrival in the United States, that they cannot follow

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