I am someone who is so much concerned about my spiritual life and all the rules and pre...
Read more America stepped in the twentieth century with great ambition.
Elisha Anderson, an Associate Director of Admission at Brown, notes that when he used to work in the admission office of a smaller, nonconformist liberal arts college in Massachusetts, he saw so many essays on protests, filmmaking and the Food not Bombs movement, that, “It wasn’t until I started working at Brown—where I almost never read essays on any of these topics—that I realized how different the self-selection of the two applicant pools must have been.”Unlike the Common Application essay, however, the school-specific supplements do require that students write more targeted essays.
It is here that the student needs to craft an essay that speaks to his or her fit with that particular institution, and some will ask the question very directly: “Tell us what you find most appealing about Columbia,” for example, or “Why Brown?
Read more I was in 9th grade the first time I stumbled upon a copy of What caught my eye was its trademark title: white type, red highlight, a connotation that stories of great consequence lay beneath.
Such bold lettering gave me a moment’s pause, and I was prompted to leaf through its glossy pages...
Read more Harvard University, sometimes simply refer to as Harvard, is a private Ivy League research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Its history, influence and wealth have made it one of the most prestigious universities in the world.
They already produced more of everything then the world combined and the people had better living standards than anywhere else.
Little did they know that producing more things than the rest of the countries, gets you in a bigger hol...