Looking for a fresh new way to decorate your dorm this year? Look no further than this collection of Pinterest-style ideas. We’ve rounded up some of our favorites, so enjoy, prospies!

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Annie Schugart is a high school senior from Kansas City, but she will be heading to the East Coast next year to attend Harvard. Annie is editor-in-chief of her high school newspaper, plays flute and was a part of the U.S. Army All-American Band, is the president of the National Teen Council, loves to dance, and is an avid tie-dye enthusiast. She hopes to run for president in 2032, and she hopes someday you'll join her and the world will be as one. ☮

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  1. Pingback: Desperately Seeking Pinspiration | Commoner Couture 30 Jun, 2014

    […] I’ve been in the process of getting over my unemployed summer slump. Just thinking of the cute sundresses and summer cocktails I had planned, coupled with the reality of my bare wallet makes my eye twitch. But I digress. I’ve been meaning to do some long-winded, but lovely post about my role as part of The Prospect’s Blogger Network. But I’ll keep it short and sweet, like me (pause for laughter) but seriously, if you have yet to hear of The Prospect. It is essentially, a culture and lifestyle mag, that aims to give high school students primarily, as well as college students the rundown on everything from study abroad to the college admissions process. As part of the blogger network, I get access to editorial and business opportunities as well as getting to network with other lovely people in the blogosphere. For my first Prospect-related post, I decided to do a take on an article on the site called “Dorm Pinspiration: Dorm Decor Ideas, Pinterest-Style” (http://www.theprospect.net/dorm-pinspiration-dorm-decor-ideas-pinterest-style-26885). […]

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