In The USA – The People I Met

From July 28 to August 10, I was in the United States of America – spent a week attending the Cornell International Summer Debate Camp and another in Cambridge, Massachusetts. During this trip, I reconnoitred three world-renowned universities (Cornell, MIT and Harvard), stayed in three American cities (Ithaca, Syracuse and Cambridge), and developed my argumentation, daily living and social skills. There were too many noteworthy experiences that I had in the USA to recount, but I hope to sketch some of them in subsequent blog posts if time and circumstance permit. Having said that, the biggest highlights of my travels were not so much the experiences but more so the diversity of people I met and the stimulating conversations I had with a number of them. These are the individuals whose stories fascinated me, intrigued me, inspired me. These are the folks whom I would like to (anonymously) introduce to you.
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