From left: Fahad Alwadhi, Omar Alkandari, Mohammad Aldaei, Omar Alfilkawi and Yousef Alhaji, students at Idaho State University from Kuwait, look over the results of a math quiz outside their professor’s office on campus in Pocatello, Idaho, Feb. 26, 2016. A growth strategy at the university is faltering amid culture clashes in Pocatello and funding cuts from Middle Eastern countries that send students there.
From left: Fahad Alwadhi, Omar Alkandari, Mohammad Aldaei, Omar Alfilkawi and Yousef Alhaji, students at Idaho State University from Kuwait, look over the results of a math quiz outside their professor’s office on campus in Pocatello, Idaho, Feb. 26, 2016. A growth strategy at the university is faltering amid culture clashes in Pocatello and funding cuts from Middle Eastern countries that send students there. KIM RAFF The New York Times
From left: Fahad Alwadhi, Omar Alkandari, Mohammad Aldaei, Omar Alfilkawi and Yousef Alhaji, students at Idaho State University from Kuwait, look over the results of a math quiz outside their professor’s office on campus in Pocatello, Idaho, Feb. 26, 2016. A growth strategy at the university is faltering amid culture clashes in Pocatello and funding cuts from Middle Eastern countries that send students there. KIM RAFF The New York Times

Middle Eastern students at Idaho State reach tension point

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