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Interview Narrative
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     She can talk the talk, she can walk the walk, but this red-headed girl is not Ariana Grande. As a future 2015 graduate, I decided to interview my cousin, xxxx, a now dedicated student at Pierce College. xxxx,  21 year-old, is a program... (more »)
Interview Narrative
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     She can talk the talk, she can walk the walk, but this red-headed girl is not Ariana Grande. As a future 2015 graduate, I decided to interview my cousin, xxxx, a now dedicated student at Pierce College. xxxx,  21 year-old, is a program... (more »)
College Location Preference: In-State or...
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When choosing a college, students find themselves facing several questions. From what major to choose to what campus size is more suitable, there are many. Whether to stay close to home or go MIA for four years is among these. Many are unsure... (more »)
Graduate Recommends Choosing College For the...
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Former high school, Haley, graduated from the class of 2014. She is now attending Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin, where she is studying to become a certified nurse.   Haley says, “Personally, don’t... (more »)
Slamming the Brick Wall
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It was not the vexatious reminders from my counselor, the ones telling me how far behind the rest of my peers I was, nor the stress I put on myself when the clock struck twelve that resparked the gears of motivation I had lost in the summer... (more »)
Whenever I Hear a Familiar Tune, I Interrupt...
It’s time to come clean: I have an addiction. I twitch after just moments of withdrawal. My obsession creates a bubble around me of disgusted annoyance. It also permanently glues the hands of those around me to their ears. That’s... (more »)
Get Back to the Basic
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In recent years, the amount of stress and workload on students as young as middle school has taken a drastic change. Students are finding themselves more stressed and anxious about going to school than anything else. There’s actually a... (more »)
College: Getting In
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College is one of those things that teens are extremely excited about, yet incredibly afraid of. There are multiple processes that involve college and everything that it stands for. Getting into the college is the first. As a high school... (more »)
Are the Members of PETA Journalists?
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At this moment there are millions of animals being electrocuted, tortured, and mutilated. Two huge administrations in the U.S. are responsible; the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). They look away... (more »)
10 Study Habit Tips When Inspiration Strikes
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When you have crush on someone, everything pauses for a moment. Everytime you see him, everything is in slow moves. You try every single day just to see him and so to appreciate you. If you want to get his attention, always put into habit that... (more »)
Guide to Choosing a College
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Choosing a College is never easy. Many of us have our mind set on one ever since birth because of our parents, well that is until what we want isn’t offered in a program at this certain college. Some may luck out and the college is perfect for... (more »)
Kick the Splurge to the Curb
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Whether you are in  college or not, you know how easy it is to spend money and how hard it is to save it. Trust me, this coming from a girl who would buy absolutely anything her paycheck could possibly afford her. From an abundance of... (more »)
My Dream by the Hudson River This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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We all have dreams that last for years and years and, even if only in small ways, begin to define us. My dream was to attend a college located on the banks of the Hudson River. On the back roads of New York, soldiers march, Humvees wind around... (more »)
From Hobby to Acceptance Letter This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Finding pages full of statistics about perfect test scores, high GPAs, and impressive extracurriculars can put a damper on any eager college applicant's excitement. But I believe that you can get into your dream college – even without finding a... (more »)
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Money Isn’t Everything This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Being a senior in high school, I've almost gotten used to talking about college an average of five times a day. Don't get me wrong: I am very invested in my future, and I actually like thinking about where I'll end up next year. But there's one... (more »)
The Perks of Applying Early This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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I applied to one college. Yes, only one. This may sound foolhardy, but through early decision, it was possible. I wouldn't suggest that everyone apply to only one school, because if you don't get in there's a lot of stress, but it worked for me.... (more »)
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