14
Feb

Chat Electronically with College Students at the Schools You’re Thinking of Attending

By Sam Rosensohn It’s a way for instant communication, instant feedback, and students often ask questions they would not ask if they had they been in…

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14
Feb

Beware of Fancy Envelopes for Summer Programs – They Don’t Become Thick Envelopes in the Spring

By Sam Rosensohn About five years ago, I happened to notice an opened letter from the President of the United States on our washing machine. It…

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14
Feb

Betraying the College Dream: What College Myths Do You Believe In?

By Sam Rosensohn While watching football with friends the subject of college came up and a buddy who happens to be a college counselor noted that…

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11
Feb

Area High School Librarians Note 35 Books That Are Big With Students

By Sam Rosensohn Faye Prendergast has had some of the best dinner conversations with her sons based on books they were reading, while Anne Easton, a…

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11
Feb

An Essential College Question that High School Students Often Don’t Think to Ask

By Sam Rosensohn The headline blared:  Piggybacker Assailant Attacks Woman in Peabody Terrace Vestibule in Broad Daylight, Then Flees Scene. “Thinking that he was a resident,…

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04
Feb

Academics Flunk College Rankings: It’s The Fit Not the Label that Counts

By Sam Rosensohn Washington and Lee University’s president is furious with college rankings – I think largely due to the Princeton Review, which ranked his school…

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