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College Admissions Season is Now Open

Is she mad? She just ate her first pop-tart! Related PostsWhat’s College’s Value Given Today’s Prices? The College Freshman Holiday Homecoming The (*$%^&@!) YOWCH of College Admissions Enjoy Childhood CA Budget Affects Cal Grants for Private, Non Profit Colleges

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A Goodbye Note That Never Ends

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  About the author: Ashley is a recent graduate from Rocklin High School and leaves home to attend Oregon State University in ten days. Leaving for college is difficult, as any book, article, or adult worth their salt will agree. Despite the fact only four or so months will pass before reuniting, it’s impossible to …

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Moving Across the Country for College

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  I am grateful to join DC’s network of go-getters. I am drawn to the vibrancy of the city and the intellect of the citizens (just as I was 4 months ago when I visited). I feel I have a lot to offer and I am confident in my ability to adapt to this new …

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Passion Practiced in the Dorm Room Promoted in the New Yorker

MAY 22, 2017 Pith Graduates from the Dorm Jonah Reider was a senior at Columbia University when he became a famous chef. Now he serves eight-course tasting menus in a ritzy Brooklyn town house. By Emma Allen Photograph by William Mebane for The New Yorker There are plenty of weird ways to get famous these …

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“I Got 99 Problems and Being a Kid Ain’t One…”

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Imagine being 16 years old, awake at the crack-of-dawn on a Saturday, sitting in a classroom “listening” to a test proctor who might as well be a sloth, awaiting the start of a three hour and fifty minute test in which the results seemly determine their lifelong success…or abject failure. If only the SAT were …

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Email:  America’s Past-Time (Literally)

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The typical teenage inbox … because email is Snapchat’s great-grandmother. Photo credit: Hubbubbaloo Creative, 2017 Related PostsThe Truth About College Essays Ahead of the Curve: March 18, 2014 More on Financial Aid & College Affordability OH NO! Common Application Technical Glitches?!? Sleep, More Sleep and Summer Camp: A Teen’s Summer Vacation Agenda

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The Bittersweetness of Choosing a College

  “We live in a house around the corner from my parents. He’s gone to all the same schools I went to, and his grandfather went to. We’ve lived this suburban, settled lifestyle. And, now, we’re telling him we want him to dream and live a life in the arts, if that’s what he wants. …

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Congrats to the Class of 2017!

Creative Marbles Consultancy’s consultants are proud to assist the Class of 2017 seniors in starting the next chapter of their lives and continue maturing into the new generation of global leaders. Congratulations on their many college acceptances! West Coast Colleges & Universities California Polytechnic Institute, San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly) California State University, Chico California State University, Humboldt California State …

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“The Road Less Traveled”

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Life begins with a finite period of temporal existence baked into the cake. Somewhere between the innocence of our youth and the reality that balancing needs with wants is a tricky business, lies a narrowly defined period where any choice made can have a disproportionate (positive or negative effect)—exacerbated at times by the hand of …

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Tuition Surging at California Public Universities for 2017-18

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University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) students will pay more tuition for the 2017-18 school year.  For the first time in six years, both the UC and CSU boards have approved tuition and fee increases.  At the same time, Governor Jerry Brown proposes to phase out the state-sponsored Middle Class Scholarship program for students …