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Perspective: Shoes in the Dorm? No Thanks!

Growing up in a traditionally Asian home, it’s almost second nature for me to kick off my shoes the moment I reach the carpet in my dorm room. In fact,...

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Sponsored Post: Make an Impact, Make a Change: Join the New York City Asian American Student Conference

Inspired to make change in your Asian American community? We welcome you to join the 7th annual New York City Asian American Student...

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Fashion Comes to Cambridge [Sponsored Post]

One night every year, Harvard has its biggest night in fashion, a runway show called Identities. On April 5, the tradition continues, with students, faculty,...

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Participate in the 2013 East Coast Asian American Student Union Conference

Attention New York City readers! If you’re around February 22-24, be sure to check out the 2013 East Coast Asian American Student Union Conference...

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The How I Learned to Love College By Rejecting the Model Minority Stereotype

Ever since Amy Chua’s Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother came out in early 2011, mainstream American media has paid special attention to the academic...

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Mochi’s Guide to Dressing for Any Interview

Whether you’re seeking an internship or making post-graduate plans, there’s more to preparing for an interview than coming up with questions, researching...

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Our Favorite Budding Asian American Politicians—And Why We Should Be More Like Them

At 12-years-old, Olivia Lee became involved in politics before she even hit her teens. With two politically active older brothers, she was encouraged to...

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Back-to-School Shower Caddy Must-Haves

Back-to-school season is officially here. Many of you may be preparing for college life, and this means you’ll likely be using your dorm’s...

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Mochi’s Guide To Getting the Job You Want

You have an idea of what you want to be in the future, but perhaps you’re feeling stumped on how to be successful in a particular field or industry. For some...

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Ten Tips For A Successful Summer Internship

You’ve applied to the internship. You’ve fretted about the interviews. And now you’ve been accepted to work at the company. If you’ve already gotten so...

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