That’s the gist of a story I wrote with my colleague Doug Belkin in Chicago. It begins:
International students accepted to U.S. schools are planning to enroll at a similar rate as last year in most areas except the southern part of the country, especially Texas, according to data from 165 U.S. colleges and universities.
I spoke with one student here in New Delhi, as you’ll read, who said he really wanted to apply to Rice University in Texas. But his parents would’t let him — due to the state’s liberal gun laws.
You can also hear me on our What’s News podcast discussing the piece.