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Getting a Master’s Degree: Dual Perspectives on Graduate School During the Pandemic and Investing in Yourself

Two Mochi staffers explain their "when" and "why" to pursue grad school, and what their experiences have been like as Asian American women. ...

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The Disposable Self: The Cost of College for an Asian American

What is the cost of college for an Asian American woman? My experience has taught me that it means forgoing individuality for a voice. ...

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College Essentials: There and at Home

Although COVID-19 may have disrupted many college students’ plans, college life can still be a productive and fun experience. Here’s a list of essentials...

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Peeling Back the Layers of Asian American College Dance Teams

Asian American representation in college dance teams is a huge phenomenon that started in the late 1990s and has been expanding ever since. Today, we analyze...

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The Social Education of College

My entire life has been about college—and not because I had overbearing parents or overwhelming school pressure, but because I set my own ambitions to a...

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A College Consultant’s View on Affirmative Action and College Admissions

Gather around, high school students, we need to have a chat. Invite your parents, too. When I worked as an education consultant, parents paid upwards of...

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Op-Ed: To Be More Inclusive, Greek Organizations Need to Evolve For Its LGBTQ Members

Whenever someone asks me what the single most unexpected thing I did as an undergraduate was, I always say, “I became a member of a sorority.” getty...

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Harvard Swimmer Schuyler Bailar on Coming Out as Transgender to His Korean Family

Schuyler Bailar is making waves in the swimming community for more than just his athletic prowess. The 22-year-old athlete currently competes for the Harvard...

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Mochi Spotlight: Aspiring comedian Karen Chee on finding her path at Harvard

We’re introducing a new Mochi series, where we spotlight young Asian Americans who are following their passions and doing newsworthy things. In this...

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11 Asian American Non-Profits You Need to Know About ASAP

Donald Trump’s victory left Americans, particularly those who identify with groups he attacked during his campaign, feeling uneasy. One way to cope with this...

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