Kanyakrit Vongkiatkajorn
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6 Classic Movies That Changed the Course of American Politics

These are the big movies that changed how we thought about our government.

Science Fiction Isn't Dead, It Just Isn't Fiction Anymore

The worlds depicted in science fiction are slowly becoming our reality.

6 Incredible Women Writers Who Served Time

These women spoke up, even when they were locked away.

High Schoolers, You'll Get Into College Even If You Don't Delete That Facebook Picture

Our obsession with social media is quickly turning into paranoia.

5 Biggest Myths Movies Taught Us About College

This is college, according to Hollywood. It's kind of a sad place.

Be Respectful This Halloween, Not 'Politically Correct'

Halloween has become open season for rhetoric around political correctness. But talking about what is and isn't a politically correct costume misses the point.

What the 'Carrie' Remake Gets Wrong About Cyberbullying

The film's attempt to portray contemporary bullying culture falls flat.

7 Things You Should Know How to Do Before You Graduate

Opening a wine bottle isn't one of them, but it probably should be.

7 Invaluable Writing Tips From Stephen King

What the author of The Shining, Carrie, and The Green Mile can teach us about writing.

This Author Is Speaking Up for Writers Of Color and It's About Time We Listen

Just last week, author and literary critic Roxane Gay started a series at the Nation about writers of color. Here's why you should be paying very close attention.

What You're Really Doing When You Click That Offensive Headline

It's called hate reading – and it's a trap.

5 Life Lessons From J.D. Salinger's 'Franny and Zooey'

Here's what the classic can tell you about art, life, and getting over your ego.

6 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Tolstoy

What's the connection between Leo Tolstoy, Mahatma Gandhi, and Martin Luther King Jr.? Read on to learn some unexpected facts about the famous Russian author.

5 Things to Put On Your Senior Year Bucket List

Here's how to take the stress out of your last year of college, and make the most of it.

This Chilling New Video Will Stop You From Texting and Driving Ever Again

Werner Herzog will make you rethink the one second it takes to send a text.

Summer Fridays Are Screwing Over American Workers

Summer Fridays may be experiencing a slow death, but maybe it's not such a sad death afterall.

The Act Of Killing Movie Review: The Most Disturbing, Gripping Documentary Of the Year

Joshua Oppenheimer's film about Indonesian death squads is an enthralling fever dream that's unlike anything else in theaters.
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The U.S. is the Land of Opportunity, But Not So Much For International Students

While the U.S. can offer exceptional educational and professional opportunities for international students, visa and work restrictions can make the promise of going abroad much less appealing.