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Life Lessons: What Mochi Staffers Learned at Prom

It’s easy to get caught up in the stress of finding a date, picking out a dress, and coordinating rides as prom approaches—Mochi staffers know this...

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A Scholarship Fund That Helps Asian Women Lean In

With mostly men at the top of the financial industry’s hierarchy, it’s enough that women face unique challenges to climbing the corporate ladder....

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A Quick Guide to Asian American Student Conferences, Winter/Spring 2014

Attention, college Mochi readers! Get your travel plans ready, because conference season is just around the corner. Here’s a quick roundup of some of the...

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Meet Kevin and Josh, This Fall’s Mochi Boys

Mochi recently caught up with Kevin and Josh, who are roommates, friends, workout buddies, and fellow Zappos interns. Name: Kevin L.Age: 21Hometown:...

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Spice Up Your School Routine With Unexpected Extracurriculars

Think of extracurricular activities as your ticket to self-exploration and the road to your niche. They’re not for credit and you get to decide how much...

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Mochi Magazine’s Advice Column: College Edition

Dear Mochi, I’ve always wanted to be an architect, but I have no internship experience and my high school didn’t offer any courses in architecture. My...

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Apps for A’s: Using Technology to Get the Grades You Want

It might be summertime, but it’s never too early to plan ahead. If one of your goals for the next year is to improve your study skills, check out our...

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Mochi Staffers Share Their Biggest Fears

Whether we like to admit it or not, we all have fears. Some may be more irrational than others, but overcoming any fear (big or small) is a difficult process....

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Going Behind The Ivy League Façade: Why Harvard Isn’t Always Best

I could name all eight Ivy League schools before I learned how to multiply. At mahjong gatherings, my parents and their friends would gossip about who was...

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From Snooze Button to iPhone App: How Entrepreneur Julia Hu Found Inspiration From Her Everyday Routine

Julia Hu had way more than her share of early wake-up calls as a student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Sloan School of Management in...

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