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Problems Faced By Me at RIT The first few months at college is always rough for every freshman and it is more pronounced if one comes from a foreign country. I am an international student here at RIT coming from the republic of India. Coming from a totally diverse culture there does arise a compatibility problem, but one has to adjust quickly to it or he would find himself in a sea of troubles. The few problems that one can encounter are often related to health, finance, budgeting and academics. These are the result of negligence on the student's part and improper work habits. The problem which I faced at RIT in my first few months was mostly concerned with health.As I come from the India my religion bounds me to certain dietary laws which prohibit me from consuming beef. These laws prohibit me from having anything which has beef content, and I cannot even have non-vegetarian food which is cooked in the same utensils with food having beef content. As a result I am left with very little choice. I have to keep my diet limited to juice, fruits and bread. To have the same food for three months gets monotonous after a certain point of time. After the few initial days I had become very negligent about my health. Due to late night studying I got up late. This resulted in me not having my breakfast which is said to be the most important meal of the day. Due to class timings I could not have anything until late in afternoon and this use to result in a big gap between dinner and my next meal. I was not particular about my dinner too. If I ate something in the evening I often skipped my dinner. All these habits resulted...

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