Monthly Archives: July 2016

  • Dear Past Self – Dayana (University of Pennsylvania ’17)

    Posted on July 28, 2016 by admin in Dear Past Self.

    Dayana Mustak reflects on the beginning of her undergraduate journey, overcoming challenges and finding her way. Dear past self, At this point, you are petrified but so eager to learn. If what I remember about you is correct, you’re excited to soak up knowledge and run with it, but you’re also just scared that you don’t […]

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  • Why the U.S. – Caroline Lee (New York University ’19)

    Posted on July 23, 2016 by admin in Why the U.S..

    Caroline Lee is a rising sophomore at New York University, studying Computer Science. We asked her a couple of questions regarding her decision to study in the US and her first year experience. 1) How did you find out about studying in the US?  I applied to both the UK and the US because I wanted to keep my […]

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  • Why the U.S. – Paggie Tan (New York University ’20)

    Posted on July 12, 2016 by admin in Why the U.S..

    Paggie Tan is a rising freshman at New York University ’20. Here, she shares why she chose to study in the United States, and how that means she has complete freedom to define her own academic route.    I remember the exact moment I chose to study in the U.S. over reading law in the […]

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