Sidney: A Short(ish) Introduction

  While I can’t guarantee that this will actually be short, I’d like to properly introduce myself and the past few years of my life! Let’s rewind a bit to the spring semester of my sophomore year – 2014, I believe. I was living in

Sebastian: About Me

  I think the most important thing I’ve learned this summer is that hardly  anyone, no matter how old, how wise, or how educated, ever really knows what’s going on. Which, as an incoming college freshman, is reassuring, because it seems that no matter how

Move-In: The Good, The Bad, and The Worse

Move In: The Good, The Bad, & The Worse A move-in article in July, really? Seems a bit fast-paced, but that’s exactly what I’m going for. I hope to use Robert Morris’s unique terms of ten weeks to graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in business

Step 1: To College or Not to College

Most people think that the first step to choosing a college(s) is research. If that’s what you are doing right now, stop. Stop before you dig yourself into a deeper hole of despair, constantly questioning your worth in life and never escaping out of this

Steven: My Pre-College Experience

As I’m writing this particular post, I’m enjoying the closing of my senior summer. The graduation parties have long been over and your “real” friends stayed up long past dawn talking about past memories and future plans. The planned family trip has already happened and

Noah: Get to Know Me

If you’ve stumbled across this website, most likely you’re a high school junior or senior looking for advice about college. Whether it’s scholarships, the admissions process, social life, acclimating to being away from home, or what having a roommate will be like, there are plenty

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