by Lindsay Johnson Applying to MBA programs is an exciting yet time-consuming process — often requiring more research and storytelling than an applicant might initially expect. While there are numerous factors that make a candidate attractive to...
by Abby Tozer The silent and damaging effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on elementary school children… Without question, the past two years have fundamentally shifted how our society functions. Not only did many lose their lives, but the COVID-...
by Chelese Belmont Each year, spring rolls around, and high school students everywhere crack open their cram books, pour over their class notes, and prepare to sit for their AP exams during two weeks in May. The culmination of a year’s worth of...
by Ali Kinkade If you’re a student trying to make your transcripts look better for college but who is wary of APs, AP History could be a good fit ⁠— and actually may be a better experience than standard history! Why? Here are several reasons:...
Moving Through the Four Stages of Competence
by Ali Kinkade Any time you learn a new skill, whether that’s ballet, Spanish, self-care, or the ACT, you move through four stages of competence: Unconscious incompetence Conscious incompetence Conscious competence Unconscious...
art school or liberal arts college
by Soliana Habte Deciding between an art school or a liberal arts program can be tough! Art schools, or conservatories, require students to spend most of their time in their artistic disciplines, while liberal arts schools offer plenty of options...
Planning Ahead for Grad School
by Sophia Salazar It’s never too early to consider pursuing graduate school after finishing your undergraduate education. Graduate school is often associated with higher earnings and is sometimes necessary to gain access to upper management jobs...
Why choose a liberal arts college?
by Sophia Salazar When you think of your ideal college experience, do you imagine yourself following a straight academic track, or do you want the flexibility to design your own course load and explore different subjects? Do you picture yourself...
The Road to Medical School
by Chelese Belmont “As surgeons, there are so many things we have to know. We have to know we have what it takes. We have to know how to take care of our patients. And how to take care of each other. Eventually we even have to figure out…how to...
Thinking About Vet School? Here Are Some Things to Consider Now
by Heather Strauss Applying to veterinary school can seem very far away when you are in the midst of SATs and undergraduate applications. However, if you are considering going down that path, there are a few things to keep in mind early on to set...

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