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International Student Receives Reply From President Obama

A 15-year-old Chinese student studying in the U.S. received a letter from President Barack Obama replying to her concerns.

Massachusetts Governor Uses Loophole to Keep International Students

Governor Deval Patrick has an idea to keep more international students in Massachusetts after graduation by using a loophole in federal immigration law. Read more here.

Topic for Microscholarship #6 Announced

This is the final microscholarship for the spring semester! International students have a chance to win $100 by writing about a given topic from the ISV Magazine team. See the topic for microscholarship #6.

Filing Taxes on Your Own for the First Time?

ISV Ambassador Jay Bhatt shares his experience filing taxes for the first time and provides helpful advice for other international students.

Missouri Southern Student Receives $10,000 Scholarship for Study Abroad in China

09 April 2014

Matthew Roy, a junior international studies major has been awarded a $10,000 scholarship to aid in his study abroad to China. Read more!

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Living on Campus or Not: It’s About Priorities

07 April 2014

Congratulations Basel Al Mahozi from Saudi Arabia studying at Virgina Commonwealth University! You are the winner of microscholarship #5. Read Basel’s winning essay discussing if international students should be required to live on campus.

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One Person Can Change the Lives of Many

24 March 2014

Congratulations Polina Panicharvoa from Bulgaria studying at Florida State University! She is the winner of microscholarship #3! Read her winning essay about how her favorite educator changed her way of thinking about kindness.

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Being a Member of the Family

12 March 2014

Kodjeita Guerdjibaye from Chad needed a place to stay when arriving on campus. One local American came to the rescue. This essay was one of our finalists for microscholarship #2.

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The Best Friend That Anybody Could Have

10 March 2014

Chandrika Misra from India is the winner of microscholarship #2! Read her winning essay about one friendly, local American who really helped her while studying in the U.S.

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Pay the Price, Relieve the Pain

28 February 2014

Tomas Uribe from Colombia shares that his health insurance came in handy when he had to have surgery after a sports injury. His essay was a finalist for microscholarship #1.

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Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do

27 February 2014

Biswadeep Dhar from India experienced first hand that even though you may have health insurance, you still have plenty of bills to pay. His essay was one of the finalists for microscholarship #1.

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Anyone Got a Non-Existent, Pre-Existing Condition?

26 February 2014

Sarah Bunce from Great Britain shared her views of health care in the U.S. This essay was one of our finalists for microscholarship #1.

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Insurance, Preparing for Incidents

24 February 2014

Congratulations Da-Hyun Kim for being the winner of microscholarship #1! Writing about her experience with health insurance in the United States won her $100. Read her winning essay here.

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Who Gives International Students the Most Financial Aid?

20 February 2014

According to U.S. News, there are 10 U.S. universities who give pretty sweet financial aid packages to international students. See who they are!

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