Did you know that vape companies are offering scholarships for college?
You graduated! You’re an adult… or are you?
Now, a year later, I feel like being rejected from my “dream school” was an opportunity to get to know myself better.
It seems like being different is a badge of honor at Brown, not something to be ashamed of, which is why I think it will be a good school for me, as a black girl.
When thinking about college choice, how much does race matter for three black seniors from Oakland, Chicago, and Atlanta?
Brown University has been my dream school since I was 7 years old. I was over the moon when I was accepted. Until my twin decided to go as well.
I’m worried that getting admitted to a top school — one of the top achievements of my life thus far — might be diminished by classmates who assume that I didn’t earn my place.
Deciding between colleges? How do you find the best party school? We’re…uh… asking for a friend.
“[At 23], I definitely feel like an old lady being a freshman surrounded by 19-year-olds, but it’s crazy to look back and see how far I’ve come.”