Yes, indeed. Video below. Happy Friday, everyone.
Wow, many Brown University graduates feel life is going well for them. Many Harvard College graduates feel the opposite. With teenagers in the house, college admissions has become a fairly regular household topic. I’m a big believer in due diligence. Comes with my job. I assume that all the pretty college web sites, school tours,
I find that one topic at fancy dinner parties really gets people going: “preferences” in the college admissions process. Legacies vs. non-legacies? Race-based or “color blind”? Accommodate athletes or not? I’ve found that most people’s opinions are highly driven by their own situations or their children’s application profiles. So, I read with interest a recent New
Last October, I returned to my alma mater and spoke on campus. It is hard to explain, but I felt that talk was one for which I’ve been preparing to give all my life. I took a risk in that session and just decided to speak to the students in an unfiltered way, unsure as
@YaleUGA Christelle is headed for Yale and we are so excited!! #Yale2020 pic.twitter.com/6RK83esAv5 — Bridge2Rwanda (@Bridge2Rwanda) December 15, 2015 I rarely blog twice in a day, but this day is an exception. I found on Twitter the tweet up top. It’s of a young lady in Rwanda, surrounded by friends and family. She is logging in
Two recent and very cool images below. First, a precious 10 minutes. I was back at my alma mater to speak with some students about the Top 3 Things I Wish I Knew in College. I stayed at my old residential college, Saybrook, in the guest suite. As I was settling in, I was greeted with the following