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Michigan State University is a public college located in East Lansing, Michigan. It is a land-grant university and was the first agricultural college in the United States. Michigan State University(MSU) has a fantastic hospitality school and the study abroad program is the largest of any single-campus university in the nation, offering more than 200 programs in more than 60 countries on all continents. Following the introduction of the Morrill Act, "MSU" became co-educational and expanded its curriculum beyond just agriculture. "MSU" is currently listed as the six-largest university by enrollment. As a research university, Michigan State University is a member of the Association of American Universities.In 1855, Governor Kinsley S. Bingham signed a bill to establish the nation's first agriculture college, the Agricultural College of the State of Michigan. Classes began in May of 1857 with three buildings, five faculty members and 63 students. The first designed curriculum was … [Read more...] about College – Michigan State University
Top rose gardens to visit in the United StatesTake a day trip to a rose garden Roses have always been valued for their stunning beauty and intoxicating scent. They also have a long history of symbolism and meaning and are ancient symbols of beauty and love. In fact the rose was sacred to several goddesses such as Aphrodite and is commonly used as a symbol for the Virgin Mary. The rose also is the national flower for both England and the United States. Many of the below listed rose gardens are only a day trip away and the majority of them are public rose gardens which are free to the public. So, take time to stop and smell the roses and visit one of these beautiful rose gardens located around the world.International Rose Test Garden Washington Park Portland, Oregon Portland is known as the "Rose City" and has several public rose gardens; however, the International Rose Test Garden in Portland is the most well-known. It was founded in 1917 and is the oldest official, continuously … [Read more...] about Top United States Rose Gardens
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Learning Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByKyle Spencer June 5, 2018 Fraternity members at Louisiana State University adhere to age-old rituals, shrouded in secrecy, that dictate how they gather, greet each other and initiate their young pledges. But when they return to campus in the fall, one ritual will be drastically different: They will face much more severe consequences for dangerous hazing incidents. In May, eight months after the death of Maxwell Gruver, a freshman pledge at the university’s now banished Phi Delta Theta fraternity chapter, Gov. John Bel Edwards of Louisiana signed into law an anti-hazing bill that would make it a felony for those involved in hazing that resulted in death, serious bodily harm, or life-threatening levels of alcohol. And students found guilty could land in a Louisiana jail for up to five years. The new law … [Read more...] about Colleges and State Laws Are Clamping Down on Fraternities
Strolling the aisles at a Kohl’s department store near his home in Rochester, N.Y., Azizullah Sharifi spoke Pashto with his daughter Marwah as they picked through shorts, T-shirts and flip-flops for the summer. The father and daughter stopped to check their shopping cart, when a woman next to them muttered, “Speak [expletive] English” in a low growl. Once Sharifi realized she was talking to him, he quickly pushed his cart away without responding. But he wasn’t fast enough. Though she was only 7, Marwah recognized that the woman had “said something really bad.” “Just ignore her,” Sharifi told her. It was a drastic shift from the way he was treated in his home country of Afghanistan, where American service members, with whom he had worked closely, treated him with respect. Much of his experience in the United States has been positive, but sometimes, “you feel Islamophobia, the racism — not all people, but you can feel it,” … [Read more...] about In the United States, His Problem Wasn’t the Taliban. It Was Everything Else.
Internships are practical experiences that bridge the gap between the educational world and the real world allowing students to understand what is really like to work in the industry of their choice. International internships offer much more than the usual internship you would conduct in your country. These types of internships will open your eyes to new ways and new personal and professional relationships, will provide you with new settings and a new culture and expand your opportunities. Here is a small summary on how to get internships in the United States.Washington, DC: Internship CentralWashington, DC is probably the most popular place for internships in this country. Hundreds of students from every corner of the world congregate in this city during the summer months to pursue internships in almost every field. Of course, the most popular field is political science, but tons of students also pursue internships in science, technology, economics, business, art, etc. In fact, … [Read more...] about How to Get an Internship in the United States