Your Theatrical College Application Playlist

Your Theatrical College Application Playlist

As a current drama major, I feel an obligation to tell prospies everywhere that, contrary to popular belief, musical theatre is much more than disfigured musical geniuses…

4 Tips for Transitioning to a College Budget

4 Tips for Transitioning to a College Budget

If you’ve spent your high school years blissfully unaware of your bank account balance and completely at the mercy of your parents’ spending habits, then…

Why the SAT Isn’t Worth Your Angst

Why the SAT Isn’t Worth Your Angst

Recently, I found myself with the immense good fortune of studying abroad in Spain, and the immense bad luck of being immersed into my least…

5 First Semester Lessons I Learned from My Large University

5 First Semester Lessons I Learned from My Large University

One truth about life at a large university that I feel isn’t admitted often enough is just how hard your first semester there can be. Everyone seems to realize…

How to Research Sorority Life Before Getting to College

How to Research Sorority Life Before Getting to College

When you’re in the process of narrowing down your list of college applications, a great way to measure “fit” beyond school size, location, and overall vibe,…

The Study Strategy That’ll Save You During Test Prep

The Study Strategy That’ll Save You During Test Prep

There’s nothing worse than a high school backpack during SAT and AP season. As if hauling your books for seven classes weren’t enough, now you…

6 Resources to Use for Low-Stress Test Prep

6 Resources to Use for Low-Stress Test Prep

If you’re like me, a lot of standardized test prep advice from the internet can seem pretty intense. Studying for the SAT every day? Taking…

Single and Fabulous: The Pros and Cons of Having Your Own Room

Single and Fabulous: The Pros and Cons of Having Your Own Room

So the housing results are in, and you’re in a single. Maybe you requested one, or maybe you had your heart set on having a…

TP’s Ultimate Guide to Making It to College Decision Day

TP’s Ultimate Guide to Making It to College Decision Day

After months of backbreaking–er, keyboard-smashing, effort, you’ve finalized your college apps and sent them away. You’ve remembered to submit your SAT scores and you’ve filled…

How to Talk about Financial Aid with Your Friends

How to Talk about Financial Aid with Your Friends

Let’s face it: talking about money with your friends is really, really weird. And if you’re like me, you didn’t really do it until college…

How to (Slowly, but Surely) Escape Roommate Hell

How to (Slowly, but Surely) Escape Roommate Hell

The summer before my first year of college, I was pretty anxious about my future roommate situation. In the great tradition of meeting one’s roommate on…

How to Be Your Own College Counselor

How to Be Your Own College Counselor

So your guidance counselor is more or less worthless. Maybe you go to a massive public high school where your guidance counselor has a thousand other…

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