Monthly Archive: November 2010

Nov 18

Fear? Yeah. Regrets? Nope!

Stress.  Anxiety.  Worry.  I’m sure these are only a few of the emotions rolling around inside you right now.  Applying for college is one of the most stressful times for a young adult.  It is probably also the most confusing.  You are nervous about going off to college, but also excited that you’re almost out …

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Nov 18

Dreams and Decisions

When I think about when I first started applying to colleges, one word comes to mind… WOW!! I was a spontaneous seventeen-year-old aspiring to become the next top American fashion designer. I was so ready to leave my home and attend college all the way in sunny California. Yes, I will admit that I was …

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Nov 18

A Canoe, a Camera, and Chilly November

Probably one of the biggest advantages of going to a small college is the relationships you form with your professors, the staff, and, of course, the other students.  You get to work with some pretty influential people at the school, and that can lead to some awesome experiences.  For example, I work in the Public Relations …

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Nov 17

A Name and a Face, Not Just a Number

When I was a junior in high school, I thought I knew exactly where I wanted to go to college – Western Carolina University.  Well, obviously I didn’t end up there, and here’s why. I found Barton College in a random way.  I was in Wilson at the Imagination Station for a speech competition for …

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