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International House Featured in U.S. News & World Report


Some 700 residents live in I-House New York during the academic year, like Columbia University grad student Mehemed Bougsea, who is Libyan-German. He says some of his most eye-opening conversations have been over breakfast in the dining room or during salsa classes in the house’s pub.

“The people you meet are extraordinary in every respect,” says Bougsea. “Every day, someone will teach you something you did not know before.”

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