Tag Archives: college
Posted on 20. May, 2013 by Elizabeth Tzagournis.
Students commit to college athletic programs
by Elizabeth Tzagournis, ‘13
The shouts of students clad in the cardinal and white attire of Stanford University fill the stadium as the lacrosse game begins with the pivotal faceoff draw. This atmosphere is a dream that could turn reality for sophomore Molly Plasket. Plasket, as well as other students, [...]
Posted on 27. Mar, 2013 by Kate Magill.
As students choose their future colleges, many choose to forego the university system and find their own roommates online
By Kate Magill, ‘13
The acceptance letters have been ripped open, and the enrollment checks are sent. Now the only step left in the college preparation process is to find the perfect roommate. In past years, colleges have [...]
Posted on 27. Apr, 2012 by Elizabeth Tzagournis.
By Elizabeth Tzagournis ‘13, Mattie Stevens ‘13 and Kate Magill 13′
It’s May of senior year. Some may be busy planning their graduation party. Others could be hiding in some stranger’s garage, armed with a water gun and the hopes of winning Senior Tag. This time could be spent shopping for items for the new dorm [...]
Posted on 09. Dec, 2011 by Hannah Benjamin.
As first semester draws to a close, many UAHS seniors are beginning to receive college acceptance letters. With OSU so near, many Golden Bears will find themselves walking OSU’s campus as a Buckeye next fall.
Posted on 03. Dec, 2010 by admin.
With college deadlines fast approaching, students find themselves spending most of their free time on applications
By Elise Murray ‘12
Throughout their last year in high school, there is one thing looming over most seniors’ heads: college applications. Like previous seniors, students are distressed about the upcoming due dates and the importance of their applications.
Although most college [...]