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By Kathleen Paid If you (A) keep up with the news or (B) attend a school where you/your friends/classmates are hoping to attend college, odds are, you’ve heard about the new SAT introduced in 2016. You may be wondering: How is the new SAT different from the old SAT? How will the changes to the…

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Spring break is (finally) right around the corner. Though many of us look forward to destroying our sleep patterns and binge-watching whatever TV series is next on our Netflix queue, there are a few slightly more appealing activities to do give you a little break from the leisure of stretching out like a couch potato.…

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By Ronnie Piper However you decide to define first generation college student, it pretty much fits me. My parents did not complete a bachelor’s degree, I was the first in my family to attend a four-year college, the first to attain a bachelor’s, and for that matter, the first to hold multiple master’s degrees as…

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By Ronnie Piper Congratulations, you’ve made it past the halls of your high school and you’re on your way to college. But first you’ve got to consider how you should spend your summer before college starts. Wondering what to do in the summer before college? The gone-too-fast weeks before college is your last hoorah, not…

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Diego Lagos ’17 Former President, Student Government Association  Whether you think you’re ready to fly from the coop or not, you’re making plans for college…so get excited! These are going to be some of the most challenging years of your life, but also the most fun. These years will develop you as a person and…

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