Category Archive: Blog

Jun 20

Summer Break, But Not For Your Brain

Summer’s here! And while it may be tempting to toss all your books out the window, it may not be the best idea. If you’re currently a full-time student, shutting your brain off for the summer may sound relaxing, but when September rolls around, you may be putting yourself at a disadvantage. Taking that long …

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Apr 18

The Grass is Greener on Campus

“Among 10,116 college applicants who participated in our 2014 ‘College Hopes & Worries Survey,’ 61% said having information about a school’s commitment to the environment would influence their decision to apply to or attend the school,” says Rob Franek, Senior VP/Publisher, The Princeton Review. In order to find out more information about sustainability practices on …

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Apr 15

The SAT Changes: Explained

By now, you may have heard that The College Board is changing The SAT! Students set to take the exam in the spring of 2016 will be seeing a very different type of test than the one that currently exists. According to The College Board website, the new test will reflect “eight key changes” including …

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Apr 02

Ivy League to Kwasi Enin: We ALL Want You!

Kwasi Enin, a high school senior and first-generation American from Shirley, NY, applied to all eight of the Ivy League colleges and was accepted…to all of them! In an interview with Long Island Newsday, Enin said, “I was hoping to get one or two. Then they all came, and I said, ‘There’s no way.’” But …

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Feb 28

You Posted That on Facebook? – YouTube

This was funny…until it wasn’t.

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