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Yale University This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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New Haven, CT: As a high school freshman with a brother at Yale University, I am in a unique position to speak about the school both from a visitor's perspective as well as from a more personal viewpoint. Yale is at once an institution of the... (more »)
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Simon’s Rock Early College This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Great Barrington, MA: When I went to college after tenth grade, many of my former classmates wrongly assumed that I had gone to a boarding school. I've grown accustomed to explaining that it's possible for me to be 17-years-old and a sophomore in... (more »)
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Columbia University This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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New York, NY: As a college-bound student, I have been looking at different universities' approach to education. Is it innovative and unique? Is it motivating? Does it provoke students into deep thought – or perhaps even action? After much... (more »)
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Berea College This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Berea, KY: As an international student seeking to continue my higher education in the U.S., searching for a college that would provide an excellent education, opportunities for personal development, and financial assistance wasn't easy. However,... (more »)
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West Virginia University This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Morgantown, WV: I probably would never have considered West Virginia University, but after I visited my sister there it became one of my top choices. The university is located in Morgantown, a small rural city tucked in the hills of West Virginia.... (more »)
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Emerson College: A Gem in the Heart of Boston This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Boston, MA: The professors were insightful. The facilities were modern and impeccably clean. The students were informed and pleased with their school. As my visit to Emerson came to an end and I boarded the “T” for the last time, I shared... (more »)
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University of Arizona This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Tucson, AZ: In-state universities have always been my “back‑up” schools. However, the more I look into different colleges, the more I realize the University of Arizona could be one of my top choices. My whole life I have been prepared to... (more »)
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Emory University This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Atlanta, GA: Who knew that getting dragged along with your mom and brother to visit a college campus could be such a great experience? Although I was forced to go, I must say I am glad I did. Emory was the seventh college I've visited. I am only a... (more »)
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New York University This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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New York City: Last week I attended a tour of New York University. Also known as NYU, the school was founded in 1831 and is a private university that offers certificates, diplomas, and associate, bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees. The school... (more »)
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Long Island University, C.W. Post This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Brookville, NY: Rain. Pouring rain. I had come to the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University for an open house. I was unbelievably nervous, which was compounded by the extreme discomfort of my soggy pants, drowned-rat hair, and blown-out... (more »)
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University of California: Santa Barbara
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Santa Barbara, CA: I went with my mom, an alum of University of California: Santa Barbara (UCSB), to visit her old college. I immediately fell in love with everything. From the campus, to the location, to the academics, I loved it all. The campus... (more »)
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Eastern Michigan University This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Ypsilanti, MI: As soon as you enter the city of Ypsilanti, you know you are in the home of the Eagles. My initial impression of Eastern Michigan's campus was that it was a clean and pleasant place: a place I could see myself one day calling home.... (more »)
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Michigan State University
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As just one student, one may feel small and insignificant compared to the 47,000 total students that attend Michigan State University. With over 5,000 acres and only two legs, one may feel intimidated and lost at such a large university as... (more »)
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University of Colorado at Boulder This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Boulder, CO: Choosing a college out of all the options can be difficult, but having multiple family members attend the same school definitely helps. My dad, aunt, and brother all went to the University of Colorado at Boulder, and they all... (more »)
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DOING THE DOUBLE - High School and College at...
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Four years of high school, another four to six years of college, plus five to twenty plus years of paying off college loans was a bleak future when I was a high school freshman until my Principal told me about Sequoia Choice Arizona Distance... (more »)
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University of Washington
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I visited the University of Washington last week and I must admit that this university exceeded my expectations. It is one of the top colleges in Washington State in both academics and sports. About 43,000 students attend this school and it has... (more »)
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