Full story - June 24, 2020
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Nearly 90% of colleges expect international enrollment to decrease next semester due to the pandemic.
Full story - February 24, 2020
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A clash has cropped up between the academic mission of sharing knowledge and national security.
Full story - July 31, 2019
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Across the country, international students are facing difficulties in obtaining a work permit that allow them to get training in their field of study. College administrators and immigration experts say visa delays and denials can have repercussions for American higher education and critical industries such as the health field.
Full story - June 17, 2019
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Adila Sadir, a Uighur woman from China, never expected to make a life for herself in Massachusetts, but recent persecution of the Uighurs in her homeland has lead her to stay. Now, she owns the only Uighur restaurant in the state and is speaking out about her people's struggle.
Full story - April 19, 2019
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There’s a short stretch of road in the “Little India” section of Jersey City bearing a name unfamiliar to most Americans.  But for some Indian Americans, Ambedkar Avenue is almost a pilgrimage spot, for it commemorates their greatest hero — and one with an American connection at that.
Full story - March 13, 2019
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In the next few months, a decision is expected in a case involving Harvard University and alleged discrimination against Asian American student applicants. But the University of California system is also facing a similar lawsuit — with allegations that administrators are considering race in admissions even though California bans the practice. A scandal is also raising larger questions about merit in college admissions and who has unfair advantage.
Full story - March 06, 2019
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Brandeis University has moved to ban caste-based discrimination in its own campus policy. Other universities may be following suit.
Full story - March 04, 2019
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Many Dalits say the kind of caste-based discrimination and violence that erupts in India also exist in the US.
Full story - March 01, 2019
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The writer's parents defied Hindu conventions by marrying in India outside their caste, but decades later, members of her father's upper caste promote sticking with tradition in America.
Full story - March 05, 2019
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Suraj Yengde, part of the Dalit or "Untouchable" caste in Hinduism, rose from a segregated slum in India to a fellowship at Harvard, collecting advanced degrees along the way.

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