Tips for living with a roommate in the U.S

Feeling anxiety towards meeting a new persaon is natural, so imagine how much more difficult it may be living with someone you have not met before. But do not worry, Olivia has gathered some tips from talking with her friends Nora, Grace, Rida, and Dongshun about their experience living with their roommates. We hope their stories will provide you different perspectives and lessons to help you foster a good relationship with your future roommate(s). … More Tips for living with a roommate in the U.S

Machboos (Kuwait)

Machboos consists of three parts: (1) the meat, which is traditionally well-cooked and tender lamb or chicken; (2) the rice, cooked in the meat’s stock; and (3) the stuffing, which ironically is not stuffed in anything and consists of split beans, raisins, an onions. This recipe is courtesy of Ingredient Matcher’s Fatemah, who runs her own … More Machboos (Kuwait)

Karak Chai Tea (India)

Originating in India, the four essential ingredients in Karak are milk, sugar, cardamom, and ginger. Karak is a dark tea, mellow with warm spices, and is anti-inflammatory. Thank you to Munaty Cooking for this Indian Strong Tea recipe. Ingredients 1 1/4 cup water 3 tablespoons evaporated milk 2 teaspoons sugar 2 whole cardamom crushed 1 whole clove 1/2 inch slice of ginger 2 tea bags 1- inch stick of cinnamon Instructions … More Karak Chai Tea (India)

2017-2018: Scholarship Resources for International Students

It’s that time of year again! As you attempt to juggle all your incoming acceptance letters from the schools you applied to, you still have to narrow down your decisions. We understand how overwhelming it may be to make your final decision and recognize that finances may be the deciding factor. To give you one less … More 2017-2018: Scholarship Resources for International Students