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U.K. prime minister says U.S. study ‘changed my life’

New U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak studied business at Stanford in California. Learn about his U.S. Fulbright Program experience.
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Women’s colleges work for these scholars

What's it like going to a women's college in the United States? Three women with roots in the Middle East share their experiences.
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California university’s ‘Cave’ inspired blind students

Blind students studying at a California university in the late 1980s found a place that encouraged them to innovate: "The Cave."
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Students at U.S. universities fight to protect the planet

Want to help combat the climate crisis? By studying in the United States, students get hands-on engineering experience at universities.
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U.S. communities rally around Ukrainian exchange students

Four Ukrainian students are spending the academic year in the U.S. Find out how they are adapting as their homeland is at war.
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Muslim chaplains guide students during Ramadan

Muslim chaplains are a growing presence on many U.S. campuses. Learn how they help guide students through Ramadan.
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What is March Madness?

The National Collegiate Athletic Association's annual men's and women's basketball tournaments promise exciting play.
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In the U.S., democracy begins in the classroom

American students are participating in the democratic process, from choosing classroom leaders to creating change in their communities.
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International students thrive at U.S. higher education institutions

International students overwhelmingly choose the U.S. as their top education destination. Here are some of the reasons they keep coming.