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Study abroad is back with students to and from SBU

Sudhiksha Krishna Kumar September 24, 2023
After a two year-long hiatus due to COVID-19, the Study Abroad Program — an initiative by International Academic Programs — is back in action.
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A poster advertising Diguo used as evidence in Jin’s lawsuit. Translation: “Diguo Edu is Located in Manhattan integrating New York’s decades of quality education resources and focusing on serving US undergraduate students to apply for a master’s degree. We have created a unique system of estimating admission rate from the perspective of the admissions officer, no payment until being admitted and double compensation if not satisfied. Our work is based on quality innovation, which won perfect reputation from the market. We have long term cooperation with foundations from prestigious schools. The application process is handled by former admission officer. Many private prestigious schools will focus on the students assessed, selected, counseled and recommended by Diguo Edu. Diguo Edu is the only American high end company who can guarantee 100%  client satisfaction rate and 100% admission rate from NYU and Columbia University.” PUBLIC DOMAIN

EXCLUSIVE: Chinese international students caught up in admissions fraud scam

Rebecca Liebson and Xueying Luo October 4, 2018
An investigation by The Statesman found that at least seven students were expelled for submitting falsified Stony Brook transcripts in their graduate school applications.
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Freshman assigned reading brings students together

Sophie Carr October 17, 2013
The term “freshman year” has the tendency to elicit the response of a sort of pained laugh. This occurs not only for current university students, but also for anyone who attended their first year of college. The phrase has become a subject of suppressed memory, and apparently, even hysteria. Because of this expression’s association with crippling discomfiture and inexperience, an entire year’s worth of recollection eventually becomes horrendously funny. If there were any appropriate motto to subscribe to when entering University, it would be to just laugh through the grief- nervous, restrained laughter.
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