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How I Broke Free of the Asian Stereotype in College

For as long as I can remember, I was an Asian stereotype. Though I wasn’t the ultimate poster child (I didn’t take advanced math nor science), my social...

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How to Study Green: Top Eco-Friendly Scholarships

Committing to an academic and professional career in environmental studies can not only benefit Mother Nature, but your financial aid as well. Here is a...

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Kudos to America’s Top 10 Green Colleges

College is like going through puberty all over again: you learn, you grow, you change and you shape how you want to live your life. Rather than simply...

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Behind Google Maps: an Interview with Jessica Lee

Mochi got the chance to interview Jessica Lee, a former Google employee who worked with Google Maps. Jess, who grew up in Hong Kong and went to Stanford for...

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Jerry Yang: The Ultimate Silicon Valley Entrepreneur

Chinese American Jerry Yang, who emigrated to the U.S. at the age of 10 and went on to co-found Yahoo and revolutionize the way we use the internet, is often...

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The Model Minority Myth

You’re Asian. So you must be good at math, right? “Not necessarily,” says New York University Professor Robert T. Teranishi. For over three years,...

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