Syarat Masuk Ivy League tak Hanya Akademis, Tapi Juga Kegiatan Ekstrakurikuler

Universitas unggulan di AS menilai mahasiswa dari akademis, kepemimpinan, dan esai.

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — Ivy League merupakan kelompok universitas tertua dan paling elite dari Amerika Serikat (AS) dan Inggris, yang kerap menjadi destinasi favorit orang tua yang ingin memberikan pendidikan terbaik bagi anaknya. Namun, untuk bisa menembus universitas kelas dunia bukanlah pekerjaan yang mudah.


Persaingan masuk Universitas Brown, Universitas Columbia, Universitas Cornell, Perguruan Tinggi Dartmouth, Universitas Harvard, Universitas Pennsylvania, Universitas Princeton, Universitas Yale, Universitas Oxford, hingga Universitas Cambridge, yang dikenal memiliki sarana dan prasarana melimpah, sangat sulit.


Sebagai contoh, pada tahun ajaran 2022, Harvard University hanya menerima 4,59 persen dari 42.749 pelajar yang melamar. Beratnya kompetisi menjadi pemicu utama bagi pelajar-pelajar berprestasi seluruh dunia untuk membangun profil yang sebaik-baiknya.


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Seorang alumnus interviewer di University of Chicago dan US University Admissions Strategist, Lyn Han, menjelaskan tentang seleksi masuk di universitas Ivy League. Menurut dia, dalam menyeleksi semua calon mahasiswanya, universitas unggulan di AS dan Inggris tidak hanya menilai pencapaian akademis, tetapi juga kegiatan ekstrakurikuler dan kepemimpinan, serta kepribadian calon mahasiswa yang tersirat melalui penulisan esai dan wawancara.

“Selama ini, ada anggapan yang kuat bahwa pelajar yang memiliki nilai rapor sempurna pasti bisa menembus universitas unggulan seperti Harvard University atau University of Oxford. Pencapaian akademis memang penting, tetapi bukan golden ticket yang dapat menjamin keberhasilan seseorang dalam menembus universitas kelas dunia,” jelas Lyn Han dalam kegiatan ‘Extracurricular & Leadership Building Profile Seminar with Crimson Education’ di Jakarta Selatan, belum lama ini.

Dalam seleksi penerimaan mahasiswa, universitas unggulan di AS menilai semua calon mahasiswanya berdasarkan tiga hal utama, yaitu pencapaian akademis (bobot 40 persen), profil ekstrakurikuler dan kepemimpinan (30 persen), serta esai dan wawancara (bobot 30 persen).

Country Manager Indonesia di Crimson Education, Vanya Sunanto,  menyampaikan, adanya perbedaan antara pendekatan dalam sistem pendidikan di Indonesia yang cenderung mengutamakan pencapaian akademis dengan sistem pendidikan di AS dan Inggris yang holistik. Masalah itulah yang coba dijembatani oleh Crimson Education melalui layanan konsultasi dan bimbingan seleksi penerimaan universitas di AS dan Inggris.


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“Di Crimson, kami selalu mengawali layanan kami dengan menggali segala sesuatu tentang calon siswa kami, mulai dari bakat, minat, kelebihan, kekurangan, aspirasi, hingga cita-cita yang ingin ia capai,” kata Vanya.

Dengan analisis yang menyeluruh, pihaknya tidak hanya merancang rencana akademis yang terpersonalisasi dan memberikan bimbingan akademis, tetapi juga bimbingan non-akademis yang mencakup pengembangan profil ekstrakurikuler dan kepemimpinan, penulisan esai, dan persiapan wawancara.


“Semuanya kami lakukan secara strategis dan statistik kami telah membuktikan bahwa pendekatan ini memiliki tingkat keberhasilan yang lebih baik daripada pendekatan yang semata-mata mengandalkan pencapaian akademis,” jelas Vanya.


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Bahraini culinary star Tala Bashmi celebrates The Best Chef Awards ranking in Madrid

Mon, 2022-09-26 11:13

DUBAI: Bahraini chef Tala Bashmi appeared in Madrid over the weekend to celebrate her ranking among the top 100 chefs in the world.

The culinary star ranked 93rd and is the only Arab on this year’s Best Chef Awards list, as well as one of just 18 women.

The gala dinner was held at the Crystal Gallery of the Palacio de Cibeles in Madrid and saw Spain’s Dabiz Muñoz named the best chef in the world for the second consecutive year.

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Maisie Williams Opens Up About ‘Traumatic’ Childhood Relationship With Her Dad

Actor Maisie Williams recently spoke about her traumatic childhood relationship with her father, whom she said her mother “escaped” when she was an infant.

In an interview on Steven Bartlett’s “Diary of a CEO Podcast,” the 25-year-old discussed her life before she catapulted to stardom at age 12 as Arya Stark on “Game of Thrones” and spoke about the lasting effects of her childhood on her mental health.

“Well, I, as a young child before the age of, like, 8, had a traumatic relationship with my dad,” she revealed. “And I don’t want to go into it too much because it affects my siblings and my whole family.”

“But, like, that really consumed a lot of my childhood. Ever since I can remember, I’ve really struggled sleeping. And I think a lot of the traumatic things that were happening, I didn’t realize that they were wrong.”

Williams said her mother “escaped when I was about 4 months old.”

When she was 8 years old, the situation with her father “had met its peak,” Williams said, and a teacher at her school took her to the staff room and asked her what was going on.

“And she was saying, like, ‘What’s wrong,’ you know, like, what’s happened? Are you hungry?’ … ‘Did you eat breakfast?’ I said, ‘No.’ And she said, ‘Oh, why not?’ And I said, ‘We just don’t have any breakfast.’ And then she says, you know, ‘Do you normally have breakfast?’” she recalled.

“They were asking the right questions,” she added, breaking down in tears.

“My mum came to school and picked me up. It was the first time that all of the doors were open, and it was the first time things were on the table,” she said.

“I still wanted to fight and say these things aren’t wrong, that you’re just trying to take me away from my dad.

“I was indoctrinated in a way. I think that’s why I’m obsessed with cults,” she added. “Because I’m, like, I get it. I get it. I was in a child cult.”

Ultimately, Williams said, she was glad she didn’t have to see her dad anymore, but she still struggled with conflicting emotions.

“You can feel so liberated and free and at the same time, just like that impending doom is kind of still there,” she said.

Williams said that she battled identity, anxiety and mental health issues as a child and young adult but that she’s been coming to terms with what she experienced.

“To be honest, I have been thinking about this a lot. It’s not because of me that these bad things happened when I was a child,” she said. “I thought it was. I through there was something inherently wrong with me, that it could be anyone experiencing the pain.”

“It made me more interested in the guy. What could make you mistreat your own children? What happened to you as a kid? Did you pull the legs off bugs? Did you learn all this?”

“That’s how I feel about him now. He would make a fascinating documentary.”

Williams has spoken in the past about how her mental health suffered from an early age from a combination of fame and negativity on social media.

“I went through a huge period of my life where I’d tell myself every day I hated myself,” Williams said at the time.

In her latest interview, Williams revealed she drew on her traumatic childhood experiences as a young actor on “Game of Thrones.”

“I was doing interviews, and I remember people sort of being, like, but you’re so young. How do you show this pain?” she recalled. “And in my head I was, like, ‘That’s a really stupid question.’ Because I’ve known how that feels.”

“It’s hugely influenced everything that I do as an actor. I get to access all of that confusion and pain in my job, and I get to really feel it in every fiber of my being.”

Watch the podcast episode below.


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2 officers injured after attack on police hotel in southern Türkiye

Two police officers were injured after gunmen opened fire on the police hotel in the Mezitli district in Türkiye’s Mersin province on Monday.

In a statement, the Interior Ministry said the attack was carried out by unidentified assailants at 11 p.m. local time on Monday.

Security forces also detonated a bomb set-up near the hotel, the ministry said.

An armed suspect was detained by security forces following the attack and law enforcement is looking for other suspects involved in the attack, the ministry added.

Ambulances and firefighters were dispatched following the attack.


An ambulance and a fire engine are seen near the police hotel where the attack took place in Mersin, Türkiye, Sept. 26, 2022. (AA Photo)
An ambulance and a fire engine are seen near the police hotel where the attack took place in Mersin, Türkiye, Sept. 26, 2022. (AA Photo)

Demirören News Agency (DHA) reported that gunshots were heard following an explosion.

PKK terrorists frequently target Turkish security forces in attacks.

Since its foundation in 1984, the PKK – listed as a terrorist organization by Türkiye, the United States and the European Union – has been responsible for the deaths of more than 40,000 people in Türkiye, including women, children and infants.

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Ini Makna Nama yang Diberikan Kesultanan Buton kepada Presiden Joko Widodo

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Presiden Joko Widodo atau Jokowi mendapat Gelar Kehormatan Adat dari Kesultanan Buton menjadi La Ode Muhammad Joko Widodo Lakina Bhawaangi yi Nusantara. Panglima Kesultanan Buton, La Ode Muhamad Arsal menjelaskan makna gelar yang disematkan ke Jokowi tersebut. 

“Gelar tersebut bermakna seorang laki-laki yang memiliki sikap dan perilaku yang mulia, rendah hati, sopan santun, arif dan bijaksana, jujur dan adil, bertanggungjawab, memberi teladan dan panutan, serta memiliki komitmen yang tinggi dalam menyejahterakan dan memakmurkan seluruh rakyat di Nusantara (Indonesia),” kata Arsal dalam keterangannya, Selasa, 27 September 2022. 

Prosesi penyematan gelar kehormatan itu dilakukan di Benteng Keraton Kesultanan Buton yang berada di Kota Baubau, Sulawesi Tenggara. Prosesi pemberian gelar dipimpin langsung oleh Sultan Buton ke-40 La Ode Izat Manaarfa. Jokowi terlihat mengenakan baju adat Kesultanan Buton yang didominasi warna hitam saat prosesi berlangsung. 

Dengan pemberian gelar tersebut, perangkat Lembaga Adat Kesultanan Buton berharap Jokowi dapat terus menjaga marwah bekas Kesultanan Buton di mana pun berada. 

Sementara itu, dalam sambutannya, Jokowi menyampaikan terima kasih kepada Sultan Buton La Ode Muhammad Izat Manarfa untuk gelar Kesultanan Buton yang diterimanya.

“Saya ingin menyampaikan ucapan terima kasih yang sebesar-sebesarnya kepada Yang Mulia Sultan Buton Bapak La Ode Muhammad Izat Manarfa beserta seluruh jajaran lembaga adat Kesultanan Buton yang telah memberikan anugerah gelar kepada saya yaitu La Ode Muhammad Lakina Bhawaangi yi Nusantara,” kata Jokowi.

Setelah mendapatkan gelar baru, Jokowi kemudian menyapa warga Baubau. Saat bertemu masyarakat, Jokowi dipanggil dengan nama barunya La Ode Muhammad Joko Widodo Lakina Bhawaangi yi Nusantara. 

Selepas mengikuti acara Keraton Kesultanan Buton, Jokowi dan rombongan melanjutkan perjalanan menuju Kantor Pos Baubau, Kota Baubau, untuk menyerahkan Bantuan Langsung Tunai (BLT) Bahan Bakar Minyak (BBM) dan Bantuan Subsidi Upah (BSU).

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Amazon to kick off holidays with Prime Day-like shopping event in October

Amazon said Monday that next month it will hold a second Prime Day-like shopping event, making it the latest major retailer to offer holiday deals earlier this year to entice cautious consumers struggling with tighter budgets.

During the October 11-12 event, Amazon Prime members will get early access to discounted items. The “Prime Early Access Sale” follows Amazon’s annual Prime Day in July.

The Seattle-based e-commerce giant has long used these kinds of sales events to lure people into its Prime membership, which offers faster shipping and better deals for $139 a year. But October’s event will be the first time it has holds a major sales drive twice in a year.

Amazon’s retail business had slowed down in recent months. The addition of the October shopping bonanza signals a recognition that the company needs to provide more deals to inflation-hit consumers in what’s expected to be a challenging holiday shopping season for retailers.


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Last week, Walmart and Target announced they would begin offering deals and price-matching offers earlier this year to keep up with Americans pressed by soaring inflation. 

Target said it would begin offering holiday deals in early October and plans to hire up to 100,000 seasonal employees in stores and distribution centers this holiday season, in line with a year ago. Meanwhile, Walmart is expanding its window for gift returns to between October 1 and January 31, compared with last year’s return window of November 1 to January 24.

“Holiday kickoff”

“What Amazon wants to do is be part of that early crowd and get a bite of the cherry,” said Neil Saunders, managing director at GlobalData Retail. “And the best way to do that is, rather than having little deals here and there, is to have a big day that’s almost like a holiday kickoff.”

This year marks the second year in a row consumers are expected to shop earlier for holiday deals. Last year, Americans started shopping earlier to avoid shipment delays caused by supply-chain snafus. This year, analysts expect many budget-conscious consumers to do the same, aiming to spread out their spending and snag gifts before prices rise later on.


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Jamil Ghani, vice president of Amazon Prime, said the company will offer deals on digital items and products that are “particularly relevant for the holiday season,” as opposed to its Prime Day event in July, which, for example, focused on back-to-school items. He declined to say whether a fall discount event will be a permanent fixture for Amazon going forward.

“We’re just focused on having a great event this year,” Ghani said. “I can’t say what’s going to happen in the future; we aren’t really thinking about it.”

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Why F1 has held back on “unfair” early sustainable fuel switch

While car manufacturers around the world invest heavily in electric vehicles, F1 is not ignoring the huge benefits that can be had globally by pioneering cheap plug-in carbon-neutral fuel to help power the two billion internal combustion engines that will remain on the roads for decades to come.

But while the new F1 engine and fuel rules for 2026 are something that the sport’s bosses are excited about, there are some who do not understand why the sport is waiting so long to make the switch.

Sebastian Vettel, who has been outspoken on environmental matters, said last year in a lengthy interview that he wished grand prix racing was moving quicker in making the move to sustainable fuels.

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“We have an engine in place next year [for 2022] and we’re going to have a content of only 10% of e-fuels in the car – which from a technology point of view is not a revolution,” he said.

“You can already buy that fuel in the pump for several years as a customer around the world. So it’s not a novelty.

“I don’t think it matches the sort of ambitions that Formula 1 has to be a technological leader. So we react, rather than being proactive and lead the way.”

He went on to explain that waiting until 2026 to introduce sustainable fuels meant “another five years of no progress.

“I think that will put our sport under huge pressure, because I feel in those five years there will be a lot of change hopefully applied around the world, and putting things under pressure that haven’t applied any change.”

Sebastian Vettel, Williams FW14B Renault

Sebastian Vettel, Williams FW14B Renault

Photo by: Dom Romney / Motorsport Images

But despite Vettel’s feelings on the subject, and the fact other high-profile FIA championships like WRC and WTCR have already made the switch to sustainable fuel, F1 is sticking to its plan to wait until 2026.

The reason is not because it doesn’t see the significance of the change, but is instead based on reasons of fairness among the current entrants.

With F1 being such a competitive arena, and different manufacturers having spent hundreds of millions on their current engines to work perfectly in sync with their oil and petrol suppliers, throwing a spanner in the works now with an all-new fuel, risked unfairly shaking things up.

It would have been almost inevitable that an instant switch to sustainable fuel would affect different engines in different ways in an unpredictable manner, leaving some winners and losers.

And for those that lost form, with an engine freeze in place, it would have been three years of guaranteed struggles before being able to do something different for 2026.

F1 is clear that it wants to give all the current teams and engine manufacturers the same opportunity to make the most of the new fuel, which is why waiting for 2026 when the new engine regulations come into force makes much more sense.

Furthermore, with Formula 2 and Formula 3 set to pioneer fully sustainable fuels from next year to help F1 and oil partner Aramco better understand their impact, the sport has set itself up with a pretty good platform to ensure that it hits the ground running when it does make the move over.

F1 managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn told Motorsport.com: “I think when you introduce a fuel, you’re never quite sure the impact it will have on different engines.

“This is why we’re holding back in F1, to say to teams and OEMS that when we introduce the new engines for 2026, it will be on sustainable fuel.

Ross Brawn, Managing Director of Motorsports, FOM

Ross Brawn, Managing Director of Motorsports, FOM

Photo by: Sam Bloxham / Motorsport Images

“It means there’s no gain or loss for a driver in terms of competitiveness compared to the engines we have today. It would be unfair to introduce a sustainable fuel [right now] because the characteristics are a bit different, and F1 is always at an extreme of technology.

“You may find on a sustainable fuel that somebody has less potential than others. But with the new engines, they’re all starting from the same baseline with much less concern about that aspect.”

Brawn accepts that the technology around sustainable fuels, especially ones created synthetically, is fast-moving and what appears cutting-edge today may not be the case in a few years’ time.

That is why he thinks it essential that F1 and the FIA be flexible in their approach to ensuring that what comes for 2026 works for manufacturers and delivers in the aims of pushing knowledge forward.

He sees huge value in getting a head start with F2 and F3 in understanding the impact of sustainable fuels in top-level single-seaters.

“The fuel regulations have been developed and the fuel regulations will have to reflect the technologies that are evolving quite quickly over the next few years,” he said.

“I think with Aramco, working with ourselves, working with the FIA, that will be a laboratory to make sure the regulations are fair. If there are any challenges or any differences from where we started, or they start to evolve, then the regulations can recognise that.

“Until you start using these fuels in a racing environment, that’s not going to happen. So it’s a perfect testing ground for evaluating these fuels and making sure we’ve got the regulations correct for when we go full speed in F1.”

Brawn is also mindful that, in an environment as ultra-competitive as F1, that rival oil companies don’t try to wreck the good intentions of the sport by pursuing trick ideas that serve only their own sporting interests.

 

“I think where Aramco benefits us is that they give us a real proper knowledge,” added Brawn.

“So when we get someone come along with a complex solution which they claim is the only way it can be done, we know if that is true or not.

“F1 [teams] will always be looking for a competitive edge, and the FIA will need to make sure that that is contained and any technologies which evolve are fair and available to all participants.

“We are particularly sensitive to make sure that there’s not some unique technology which is only available to one oil company, because that will not encourage all the oil companies to put the effort and resources into it that we want.”

One thing Brawn is absolutely clear on is that the benefits of F1’s sustainable fuel push will be far-reaching, and that’s exactly why new car manufacturers like Audi have jumped on board.

“We believe that this is one of the solutions to the environmental challenge,” he said.

“We’ve mentioned this several times, but there are two billion ICEs on the road. They’re not going to disappear.

“But if we can have a plug-in fuel, which is carbon neutral, and we can start to distribute that fuel throughout the world, then we have a solution to the existing engines, and also quite frankly a solution for places where the infrastructure for electric cars just doesn’t exist and won’t be built for a few years.

“We’re championing an alternative technology. And I think the OEMs see the value of it and that is why they are doing F1.”

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JAS dukung penyaluran bantuan kemanusiaan RI ke Pakistan

Jakarta (ANTARA) – PT Jasa Angkasa Semesta (JAS Airport Services) mendukung penyaluran bantuan kemanusiaan dari pemerintah RI untuk pemulihan penanganan banjir di Pakistan melalui Tempat Penimbunan Sementara (TPS) di gudang kargo Bandara Halim Perdanakusuma, Jakarta.

“Kesempatan ini merupakan bentuk dukungan JAS Airport Services dalam mengirimkan bantuan logistik dan peralatan kepada Pemerintah Pakistan untuk percepatan penanganan banjir yang telah merenggut lebih dari 1.000 korban, serta memaksa kurang lebih 800 ribu orang mengungsi,” kata Corporate Communication Manager JAS Airport Services Ageng Wibowo di Jakarta, Selasa.

Tercatat logistik yang telah diterima di Tempat Penimbunan Sementara JAS Airport Services di bandara Halim Perdanakusuma sebanyak 7.201 koli atau 99.940 kilogram yang terdiri dari kebutuhan-kebutuhan dasar baik itu tenda, pakaian, selimut, kantung tidur, generator, serta obat-obatan dan bahan medis.

Seluruh bantuan logistik kemanusiaan untuk pemerintah Pakistan itu diterbangkan dengan menggunakan dua penerbangan kargo khusus CIC (Cargo In Cabin) milik maskapai Garuda Indonesia.

Adapun penyaluran tersebut lantaran bencana banjir dan tanah longsor yang terjadi Pakistan. Banjir tersebut juga menimbulkan dampak yang luas bagi rakyat Pakistan, mulai kerusakan lahan pertanian, kerusakan sekolah, kerusakan rumah, dan juga infrastruktur.

Sebelumnya, Presiden Joko Widodo berharap bantuan tersebut dapat membantu saudara-saudara kita di Pakistan, sehingga segera dapat pulih dan beraktivitas kembali.

“Untuk meringankan beban saudara-saudara kita di Pakistan dan sebagai wujud solidaritas internasional, pemerintah Indonesia memberikan bantuan kemanusiaan berupa kurang lebih 1 juta dolar AS bantuan dana tunai dan juga bantuan barang-barang yang hari ini segera kita berangkatkan,” katanya.

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J Styles and Sami Zayn took it to the ring on Monday Night Raw after a social media feud was sparked by Zayn showing off his ‘Honorary Uce’ t-shirt that was gifted by The Tribal Chief, Roman Reigns, himself.

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