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Week of June 20th, 2022
Social life as an international student; Pride 2022 back to parades and events; USCIS dealing with H-1B backlogs; Darthmouth replacing with scholarships; How to better your college applications
International Freshmen: How To Have A Social Life
While international student freshmen may gravitate toward their own communities, it’s important to branch out and meet a variety of students. International freshmen should embrace new experiences and friendships.
An International Sudent’s Guide To Pride
The month of June signals new beginnings. Pride 2022 marks a return to in-person parades and events, marking a month-long celebration that's long overdue.
To Cear H-1B Backlog USCIS Transfers Some Petitions To California
USCIS has transferred a decent number of applications and petitions from its Vermon processing center to its California center.
Dartmouth College Is Eliminating Student Loans And Replacing Them With Scholarships
Dartmouth is removing the loan requirement for undergraduates from families with annual income of more than $125,000 who receive need-based financial aid.
College Applications Are On The Rise: What To Know
As you think about college admissions, experts suggest focusing your efforts on one extracurricular activity, applying early, prioritizing the essay prompts and expanding your list of colleges.