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Washington University in St. Louis Missouri This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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I have been college searching for a while now, but one of the best schools I’ve seen so far is Washington University in St. Louis Missouri. Right off the bat, I knew it was special; the building looked like a castle; with turrets,... (more »)
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Bard
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The first and possibly the most important thing you should know about Bard is that it is isolated. What constitutes a 'town' in the area around Bard is if it has a stop light. The nearest city, Poughkeepsie, is 40 minutes away by car (and in the... (more »)
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Dallas Baptist
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The reason I am choosing to go to Dallas Baptist is because it has an awesome view of Texas. The sunset is magnificent in the darkish air of what I breathe. It is a lovely school. I am going mostly cause of the ministry of God, and I hope to... (more »)
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Austin College This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Sherman, TX: The many fountains squirted streams of glistening water. The green of the grass radiated throughout the 70 acres. The ivy-covered buildings stood tall, stylishly surrounding the quad as the chapel bell began playing songs of joy. It... (more »)
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University of California, Berkeley This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Berkeley, CA: Aside from its many Nobel Laureates (who get parking spaces especially for them), the really low numbers (26.6 percent acceptance rate), and the really high numbers (GPA, SAT, ACT), which apply to many excellent schools, the... (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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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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College of Notre Dame of Maryland This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Baltimore, MD: Last summer I visited my sister at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. The small school is located in the suburbs of Baltimore. It is a four-year, independent, Catholic liberal arts college for women. The College of Notre Dame... (more »)
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University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is a suburban campus in the northern part of the state. The school prides itself on its long history of academic achievement. UNC-Chapel Hill is one of the most competitive... (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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Bucknell College This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Lewisburg, PA: As a sophomore, I am just starting my college search. I always thought I would be attracted to a large university with great sports teams, like Duke, Notre Dame, and Penn State. But visiting Bucknell University, I was pleasantly... (more »)
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The University of Wisconsin: Green Bay Vs....
One decision a senior in high school faces upon graduation deals with where they wish to attend college. This decision may be extremely easy or difficult; either way, two institutions to keep in mind during a college search may be the University... (more »)
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Pace University
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All I have ever dreamed of is becoming a sophisticated, hard working business woman who owns a gorgeous apartment in downtown, New York or in the upper east side of Manhattan. As the end of senior year approached I began to lay out a plan on how I... (more »)
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Coastal Carolina University
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Conway, SC: Well known for its marine biology program, Coastal Carolina University is the local college for students in and around Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The campus is located about 15 miles from the beach, and its location alone is enough... (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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Virginia Tech Paragraph
Virginia Tech University has many great things to offer. For example, it offers seventy-six master degrees. It also offers sixty-two doctoral degrees. There are over six hundred student clubs and organizations. The sports that they offer are... (more »)
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