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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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The College Essay

Choose an essay topic wisely. Cartoon courtesy of The New Yorker. Related PostsFinding A College Can Feel Like Searching for a Needle in the Haystack College Confidence? To Take or Not Take the SAT Subject Tests Future Success + Financial Constraints = College? A University for the Students?

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#CommunityServiceMatters

Yes.¬† The reasons for completing community service matters… Cartoon credit: The New Yorker Magazine Related PostsAhead of the Curve: October 23, 2013 The Work of Innovation “The Road Less Traveled” The “Inside” Track on College Admissions, Especially To The Ivy League Internships: The New Entry Level Job

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Do You Want to “Monkey Around” With Your College Essay?

Asking a trusted adviser to read college essays can help improve the final product. Cartoon from The New Yorker, July 23, 2007 Related PostsGrade Inflation is present and its effects may be more damaging then you think Senioritis: It’s Not Contagious, Yet Can Strike Whole Senior Classes Dropping wages = shrinking prosperity? Acceptance Anxieties Guest …