Tag Archives: college

Sheldon Speedmeyer Might Go To College

HUMOR By Zach Bostic Ever since he was born in 2006 at the age of 17, Sheldon Speedmeyer has dreamed of pursuing…

Stress Report

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The College Application Process

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Mind the Gap

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Meet Ms. Jackson: Counselor

As we settle into the school year, slowly turning into zombies moping around from class to class, it is refreshing to see…

An Interview With Andrew Reich, Associate Director of College Counseling

Every year, Collegiate welcomes a new group of faculty and staff to our community. One of those new additions this year is…

The One-and-Done Dilemma

In 2005, the NBA created a rule that limited the number of high school students entering the NBA draft directly out of…

Snapshot: Roommate Selection

By Ben Greer and John Hazelton The college process is one of the most stressful experiences that a high-schooler goes through, but…

Admission Indecision

As today’s colleges and universities focus on underrepresented demographics to try and make education more accessible to everyone, the exact opposite continues…

Testing, Testing, 1, 2, 3…

It’s early on a beautiful Saturday morning, and I am sitting in a classroom full of strangers, exhausted and sick and ready…