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How to Prepare for College

How to Prepare for College

Valerie Gregorio, Senior Staff Writer

May 14, 2015

Preparing for college can be stressful and everyone knows that. Many students wait until the last minute to decide to where to go or what to do. It is better to start preparing as early as possible. The earlier you start, the better. If you want to know, here are seventeen steps on how to prepare for...

St. Mary’s College of Maryland: What Is It Like?

St. Mary's College of Maryland: What Is It Like?

Valerie Gregorio, Senior Staff Writer

May 7, 2015

St. Mary’s College of Maryland is a liberal arts public honors college located in St. Mary’s City, Maryland. The college was found back in 1840 and it is one of the only two public honors colleges in the nation. The campus size is 361 acres and has a rural setting. It has over 30 majors and minors...

Salisbury University

Salisbury University

Daniel Lathrop, Senior Staff Writer

January 9, 2015

Well seniors, it’s that time of year: College (applications) time! Woot-woot! In fact it’s been that time of year for a long while now, but if you’re late to the party, or you’re a junior looking forward to next year, it’s good to know about some of your options. For this reason, I’ll be...

George Mason University

George Mason University

Rebecca Sachs, Editor-in-Chief

October 26, 2012

Name: George Mason University Where: Fairfax, Virginia Mascot: Patriots Colors: Green and Gold Campus Size: 21,900 Girl-Guy Ratio: 51.5% girls, 48.5% guys Student-Teacher Ratio: 16:1 Average Class Size: 20-49 students Average SAT Score: Critical Reading: 510-620, Math: 520-630 Average ACT Score:...

Salisbury University

Salisbury University

Sydney Mooney, Senior Staff Writer

September 26, 2012

Name: Salisbury University Where: Salisbury, Maryland Mascot: Sea Gull Colors: Maroon and Gold Campus Size: 7,527 Girl-Guy Ratio: 57% girls: 43% guys Student-Teacher Ratio: 17:1 Average Class Size: 25 Average SAT Score: Critical Reading- 530-600; Math-540-620; Writing- 530-600 Average ACT Score:...

Virginia Commonwealth University

Virginia Commonwealth University

Sydney Mooney, Senior Staff Writer

September 26, 2012

Name: Virginia Commonwealth University Where: Richmond, Virginia Mascot: Rams Colors: Black and Gold Campus Size: 23,483 Girl-Guy Ratio: 57% girls, 43% guys Student-Teacher Ratio: 22:1 Average Class Size: 27 Average SAT Score: Critical Reading- 480-600; Math- 490-590; Writing- 470-590 Average...

Auburn University

Auburn University

Sydney Mooney, Senior Staff Writer

September 5, 2012

Name: Auburn University Where: Auburn, Alabama Mascot: Tigers Colors: Orange and Blue Campus Size: 20,446 Girl-Guy Ratio: 53% girls, 47% guys Student-Teacher Ratio: 18:1 Average Class Size: less than 40 Average SAT Score: Math- 520-620; Writing- 490-590; Critical Reading- 500-600 Average ACT...

SUNY Geneseo

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Abigail Crosby, Senior School News/Student Life Writer

January 17, 2012

Considered the state public honors college of New York, SUNY (State University of New York) Geneseo is a prime choice for anyone who strives for excellence. The college is located in the charming town of Geneseo in the upstate Finger Lakes region of New York, about 40 miles south of Rochester. Geneseo...

Feel the Teal: Univeristy of North Carolina at Wilmington

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Sophomore Sports Writer Jenna Hall and Junior Sports Writer Shannon Byrnes

January 10, 2012

Looking for a college to go to? You don’t know anything about UNC-W? Wondering maybe or why bother? This will help you with your decision. UNC Wilmington opened its doors on September 4th, 1947 as Wilmington College. At this time UNC was a junior college, offering freshman-level courses to nearly...

Oregon University

Liam McNamara, Junior Staff Writer

November 9, 2011

   The University of Oregon stands above most colleges as a university with academic excellence and hands-on learning activities. Founded in 1876, The University of Oregon resides in its own campus-town in Eugene, settled under towering trees with a beautiful 295-acre campus.  It is a regionally a...

Boise State University

Boise State University

Megan Luppino, Alexis Ayon, Sophomore Arts and Entertainment Reviews Writer, Sophomore Op. Ed. Writer

October 30, 2011

Boise State, home of the Broncos, is mostly known for their very popular football team; it is a very patriotic and proud University. Other sports that are offered at this college are Women’s Golf, Wrestling, Swimming and Diving, and Volleyball. The athletic department is very wide, there’s a sport...

Syracuse University

Syracuse University

Rebecca Sachs, News Editor

October 16, 2011

With top-notch academics, Division I athletics, and endless opportunities to get involved, it’s not surprising that Syracuse University is a popular school. Located in northwestern New York in the city of Syracuse, students should expect cold winters and more snow than they are probably used to. In...

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