For most high school students, Labor Day weekend signals the coming of the inevitable: the school year. They live through these last days of vacation in a state of selective denial, clinging on desperately to the summer, while knowing they need (and should) get ready for the start of school. But if they also knew
On July 29, Montclair State University announced that it will become the first New Jersey public university to make submission of SAT/ACT test scores optional for all applicants seeking undergraduate admission. Our Associate Director,
Limos, prom dresses, tuxedos, music, food, laughter, fun and maybe after-parties and/or overnights down at the shore. All of these things bring back memories. Yes, it was long ago but I went to high school once too, you know. Music popularity may have gone from R.E.M. to Avicii but the activities, as well as the celebration that comes with these events, will always be similar.
One of the most common questions we are asked is what size college is best. This is difficult to answer for many reasons. I, a graduate of a small college, sat down with Russ, our Director of College Planning and graduate of a large college, to discuss the differences.
Let’s face it – we live in a world of abridgment: convenient yet grammatically incorrect writing that would make English teachers of bygone days spin in their graves has become not only commonplace but also accepted. Teens have gone from diagramming sentences to abbreviating even the most casual of phrases (see btw, idk, lol, and ttyl).