Archive for February, 2011

Middlebury College

This is the view of the Green Mountains from the campus of Middlebury College in Vermont. Middlebury is world renowned for its international, foreign language and environmental studies. It boasts a 10% international student population. Middlebury is also home to the Bread and Loaf writer's program and annual conference which attracts professional writers from all over the world. Students benefit ...

Cooking with Emma

By Joshua Henry Check out the first installment of Cooking with Emma: Emma is a college hopeful and contributor to her school newspaper. She has a passion for the culinary arts and is eager to share it with others. What's your passion and what are you doing to show it? Could be a great way to catch the interest of a college admissions officer! ...

Early Applications Push Admissions Cycle Earlier in Junior Year

For high school juniors, college might seem like a long way off. Yet with early admissions programs continuing to report record applications (with due dates as early as November 1st of senior year), the timeline for students to begin evaluating colleges is creeping earlier into junior year. While students can visit colleges in the summer, it is not an ideal time as there are few students on campus ...

Super Bowl Memories

By Joshua Henry Watching the Super Bowl last night, I couldn't help but think back to past Super Bowl viewing experiences. What I found intriguing was that I clearly remember watching the Super Bowl each of my four years in college, yet I can't remember what I did to watch the game during any of my four years in high school. I remember my first year at the College of William & Mary, in 2000, ...
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