An Interview with Lemlem Abreha Baraki: Columbia University

Columbia University is a rigorous private research university in New York City. Its location gives its students access to various industries, from fashion to business to medicine as well as a colorful and vibrant background to their studies. Columbia has three undergraduate schools, the Columbia College, the Fu School for Engineering and the Applied Sciences, and the School of General Studies and…

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An Interview with Bethel Arada: University of Maryland

University of Maryland (UMD) is a public university located in Maryland, close to Washington D.C. With over 20,000 undergraduate students, the school offers many different degrees, adding up to a total of 127 undergraduate degrees. At UMD, sports are important to the school's culture; there are over 20 athletic sports teams, men's basketball being one of the most popular. A little background.…

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An Interview with Yeshoda Karuturi: Washington University in St Louis.

Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL) is a university of seven undergraduate and graduate colleges in St. Louis, Missouri. With a 13. 7% acceptance rate for the class of 2013, WUSTL is regarded as one of the most competitive universities in the nation and has produced over 2o Nobel Laureates. The university is also home to 11 Greek Chapters and is 12 Accapella groups. Yeshoda, Thank…

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An Interview with Rodas Zemui: New York University

New York University Stern School of Business (NYU Stern) is one of the world's best business schools, located in New York, New York. The school is composed of an undergraduate and graduate program. NYU Stern is known for its study abroad program that allows third years to explore international business companies. Using a holistic basis, 19.5% of the applicants for the 2012-2013…

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An Interview with Edom Tesfa: Georgetown University
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An Interview with Edom Tesfa: Georgetown University

Georgetown University is a private Catholic university in Washington D.C. The university offers 5 undergraduate colleges, Georgetown College, the School of Nursing and Health Studies, the Robert Emmett McDonough School of Business, the Walsh School of Foreign Service, and the School of Continuing Studies. Due to its location and reputation, many politicians have graduated from Georgetown such as former U.S. President Bill…

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An Interview with Assefash Makonnen: Vassar College

Vassar College is a liberal arts college in Poughkeepsie, New York. Founded in 1861, the college was an all women's college until 1969 when it became coeducational. About 2,400 students currently attend Vassar College. With an acceptance rate of 23.5%, 15.8% of the class of 2018 were international students. Liberal Arts Education 1. When did you go to Vassar/ what degrees did…

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An Interview with Bethel Geletu: Pomona College

Pomona College is a private liberal arts college in Claremont, California. The school has approximately 1,640 students. One of the more exclusive colleges, Pomona has a 10% acceptance rate. It has been consistently ranked as one of the best schools in the country by Forbes magazine. 1. A little background. Where were you born and raised?          Born and raised in Addis Ababa (arguable…

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