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Life Advice for Teens

Ally Is a Verb, Not a Noun
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By Christopher Logan
June 16, 2021 | 6 minute read

Happy Pride Month, everyone! As we all race to Target to purchase every piece of their beautiful pride merch and participate in another month of rainbow capitalism, I thought it might be...

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What To Do If Senioritis Is Setting In
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By Anita Gajula
April 14, 2021 | 4 minute read

We know and we empathize. (The “we” being the “royal we” of friends, family, teachers, and society in general.) You might be suffering from Zoom fatigue. You might be tired of online...

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Perspective in the Time of Decision
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By Casey Near and Arun Ponnusamy
April 7, 2021 | 4 minute read

We know there are seniors around the country (and world) who have admissions offers in hand but still find themselves looking backward and wondering, “What if…?” Parents and other adult...

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Will Colleges Look At My Social Media?
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By Arun Ponnusamy
March 26, 2021 | 3 minute read

For many of us during the pandemic, our social life needs were met by our social media feeds. Usage of these platforms skyrocketed as #quarantinelife led many people to seek meaningful...

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Resolve to Create a Healthy Habit
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By Kevin McMullin
January 6, 2021 | 2 minute read

Ah, New Year’s Resolutions. We’re so brimming with confidence when we make them. We promise ourselves not to break them this year. But somehow, all that fortitude and gumption we were...

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Collegewise Alumni: Act Your Age?
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By Maddy Boezinger
October 15, 2019 | 3 minute read

  Many of our counselors share how their past and present students often "wow" them—whether it's via a hard-hitting or inspirational essay with an interesting perspective, or through...

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