Monthly Archives: October 2010

To Read or Not To Read?…

English teachers have a natural propensity to assign reading. For the most part, this is simply an unfortunate side effect of the nature of the class they teach, and not intended maliciously, with some notable exceptions. Most students, even honors … Continue reading

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Tips for 10th Grade

Alright sophomores, freshman initiation has long been over. Congratulations, you survived. Now it’s time to kick it up a notch. Here are some things that you need to take into consideration from here on out: Keep up the grades! So … Continue reading

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University of California-Berkeley

Hey dude… war is out, peace in in. I don’t wanna fight the Man; you gotta love the Man to be the Man… or Woman. Whoa. Okay, so Berkeley is no longer stuck in the 1960s and neither are we. … Continue reading

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“Senioritis” is Not Allowed!

The season is here! Not football season, not holiday season, oh yes…college application season! That’s right seniors, get pumped. Senior year can easily be your best year of high school by far. With that said, it is by no means … Continue reading

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University of Virginia

Thomas Jefferson can’t be wrong – that’s right: the American Founding Father was the Founding Father of this elite institution. College Compass Campus Profile hopes it can match that impressive pedigree. NAME: University of Virginia. SCHOOLS: School of Architecture, College … Continue reading

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