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Anita J Joseph

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Testing Up

SEOUL, South Korea — The months leading up to South Korea’s college-entrance exam, the College Scholastic Ability Test, are some

The Dollhouse and the Power Suit

SEOUL, South Korea — In Seoul, I’m staying at Ewha Womans’ University, or as some people call the area, Ewha

Screening Out Distractions

In lecture a few weeks ago, I observed a guy sitting in the row in front of me watching three-fourths

Social Space for All

The Undergraduate Council has come up with an innovative, bold proposal, and, ironically, it may fail because it is the

Annotations: Change of Place

A Sophomore Year Abroad? My study-abroad experience is currently a headache of deadlines, paperwork, and endless trips to the registrar.

Serving My Country—and Me

Kennedy School professor Ashton B. Carter won’t have a hard time making friends in Washington. Carter, who recently announced his

Selling Out

Neither garlic nor holy water could ward off the country’s taste for vampires this holiday season. The vampire/human couple at

Escaping America Abroad

In Cofradia, Honduras, last year a fellow American student confessed to me that she was rather disappointed with her study

What’s in a Wrong Name?

Anusha, Farha, Pooja—I have mistakenly been called the name of various other freshman South Asian females since I arrived at