Harvard’s Admission Policies Under U.S. Justice Department’s Scanner
The investigation comes following a civil suit stating that the university discriminates against Asian Americans.
Indians Form Second Largest Group of International Students in U.S.: Report
Chinese and Indian students make up half of international students in the United States, according to the annual Open Doors report.
Lakshmi Mittal Donates $25 Million to Harvard
The South Asia Institute, which will receive the $25 million endowment fund, has been named Lakshmi Mittal South Asia Institute.
Ladies First at U.S. Women’s Colleges
Can women's only colleges in the United States allay fears among foreign students about security and inclusiveness in America?
15 Largest Gifts by Indian Philanthropists in the United States
Two gifts by Indians top $100; 15 gifts top $10 million. Collectively, the 15 largest gifts exceed $511 million.
Vivek Shraya: Connecting the Dots
Vivek Shraya’s The Boy & the Bindi included in US librarian’s list challenging First Lady Melania Trump’s choice of Dr Seuss books.
California Authorities Suggest Changes in Textbooks After NRI Community Protests
The board-recommended textbooks are expected to be adopted by school districts early next year.
Dare to Speak Its Name
If nuance and complexity are the core tenets of a liberal education, why do elite colleges struggle with recognizing their place in college admissions?
Mass Resignations at Third World Quarterly Over Article on Colonialism
Bruce Gilley’s essay said that notions about the harm caused by colonialism are exaggerated.
Indian American Physician Couple Pledge $50 Million to Florida College
Gift will serve to expand Nova Southeastern University’s programs in osteopathic medicine and health care sciences.