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U.S. Universities Tour: Williams College

In a Nutshell Williams College is a private liberal arts school located in the Berkshire Mountains of northwestern Massachusetts, in a city called Williamstown. Williams is a small school with an undergraduate population of just over 2,000, and a few graduate programs that focus on the history of art and development economics. Though Williams is [...]

U.S. Universities Tour: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

In a Nutshell Our U.S. universities tour heads back to Cambridge, Massachusetts to the next university on our list, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). MIT is a private, polytechnic research school that has one of the best programs for STEM education, which focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. MIT was chartered in 1861, just [...]

U.S. Universities Tour: Harvard

In a Nutshell The next stop on our tour of U.S. universities is in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Harvard University was founded in 1636, making it the oldest school of higher education in the United States. Harvard tops many lists of best universities in the United States for its distinguished faculty and alumni, strong research and academic [...]

United States of Mmmerica: Cuisine of New England

As one of the early English settlements in North America, the region known as New England has a long history of culture and cuisine. From the first pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620, settlers in the New World began to adapt recipes from their homeland to the new ingredients found on the lands [...]