International Student Stories brought to you by Study in the USA

International Student Stories brought to you by Study in the USA

Join us as current and former international students and higher education professionals share their unique and diverse experiences, dreams and journeys. We’ll explore the impactful things these students and educators bring to the world, thanks in part to their studies in the U.S.

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October 12, 2021 72 min

Liberty Hombe is an advocate for justice - the ultimate example of someone who turns challenges into opportunities. Liberty is a pre-med student born in Zimbabwe but spent much of his childhood in South Africa. He is attending Minnesota State University in Mankato and has started several student organizations that help improve the lives of international students. Today, you can find Liberty empowering students to find their voice a...

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Our mission is to support, educate and celebrate the international student and higher education communities by providing a platform to share authentic stories and exchange ideas. We aim to unite people. To better appreciate and understand our differences, while recognizing our similarities and shared dreams. To inspire and uplift people. To create a more welcoming environment for all individuals. One voice at a time. One story at a...

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Pietro Rossini, 29, is a Xaverian Missionary from Salerno, Italy, and is pursuing his Master’s of Science in Journalism at Boston University. Pietro has recently completed an ESL program at Framingham State University and is the host of his own podcast, Mission Outlook. Simon and Pietro delve into his upbringing, a deep connection with family and culture, and his journey into discovering himself through his studies and travels.

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Johnny Nezha is the founder and CEO of a tech start-up, Khleon, an active contributor on the Vocal Media blog, and is currently attending Los Angeles City College in pursuit of his goals. Johnny was born in Albania but grew up in the suburbs of Venice, Italy. His travels have helped cultivate an interest in subjects such as astronomy and space travel, as well as more pressing topics including student visa issues and the human psych...

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