Help this Marine Veteran and Princeton Student Raise Money for the Semper Fi & America’s Fund.

Our Princeton associate, Sam Fendler, is a rockstar. He’s currently serving as the President of the Princeton Student Veterans Association and President of the Ivy League Veterans Council, all while balancing the challenges of a senior at Princeton University. On top of all of this, Sam will be running on November 13th, in celebration ofContinue reading “Help this Marine Veteran and Princeton Student Raise Money for the Semper Fi & America’s Fund.”

4th of July: A Message of Gratitude

For the last 244 years, our nation has battled through war, controversy, and everything in between. We’re a young country—one that breeds competition, pride, and opportunity. This 4th of July, though different in celebration, we ask that you reflect upon that for which you’re grateful and apply that gratitude in a manner as to preserveContinue reading “4th of July: A Message of Gratitude”

Most Universities (Including Seven of the Ivy League) Fully Waive Standardized Testing Requirements for Fall 2021 Admission, but Should You Still Take One?

Most universities, including seven of the eight Ivy League, have now fully waived standardized testing requirements for applicants applying to the fall 2021 term (entering freshman graduation year: 2025). You may have seen another article stating that all universities have suspended the testing requirement, but as of now, there is a small deviation. Columbia’s SchoolContinue reading “Most Universities (Including Seven of the Ivy League) Fully Waive Standardized Testing Requirements for Fall 2021 Admission, but Should You Still Take One?”

University of Pennsylvania Announces Hybrid (In-Person/ Online) Instruction for Fall 2020 Semester

Full the full, original announcement, visit: Penn Today The University of Pennsylvania (Penn) announced just yesterday that they will adapt a hybrid approach for learning instruction in the upcoming Fall 2020 semester. The adaptation will allow students back on campus in a limited manner, incorporating both in-person and online class. There are multiple policies inContinue reading “University of Pennsylvania Announces Hybrid (In-Person/ Online) Instruction for Fall 2020 Semester”

Johns Hopkins Joins Service to School as Newest VetLink Partner

To view the original article, access: Johns Hopkins Expands Resources for Veterans by Joining Service to School Service to School is an organization we highly endorse for multiple reasons. They offer a program called VetLink, which partners with very prestigious universities such as Princeton, Harvard, Brown, and now Johns Hopkins. VetLink provides veteran applicants withContinue reading “Johns Hopkins Joins Service to School as Newest VetLink Partner”

The Chronicle for Higher Education: “List of Colleges’ Plans for Reopening in the Fall”

The Chronicle for Higher Education is keeping an up-to-date list of colleges and their individual plans to return to resume instruction for the upcoming fall term. The image above is a screenshot from Sunday, June 7, 2020, and the information is subject to change. Therefore, the pie chart above may not represent the current dataContinue reading “The Chronicle for Higher Education: “List of Colleges’ Plans for Reopening in the Fall””

Opinion Piece: Arrive to Class 10 Minutes Early

By arriving to class early, you gift yourself the opportunity to get to know the professor. Odds are, you will probably be one of the only people, if not the only person, in the room when the professor arrives. This is huge; It allows the professor to associate your name with your face, and itContinue reading “Opinion Piece: Arrive to Class 10 Minutes Early”

Memorial Day: How We Can Honor Those Who Gave All

Today, we celebrate the lives of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. They were our friends and family, and their names live on through their teachings, stories, and memories. They made us better, and it is now our duty to carry their legacies forward. One of the ways that we can continue to bring positivityContinue reading “Memorial Day: How We Can Honor Those Who Gave All”

Opinion Piece: Don’t Let Anyone Tell You That You’re Either a Math Person or an English Person

Seriously, who came up with the falsity that you can’t succeed in both math and english? I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard this fictitious cliche: “I’m just not a math person” or “I’m just a math person; I’m not good at english.” Buying into this mentality is a way of not onlyContinue reading “Opinion Piece: Don’t Let Anyone Tell You That You’re Either a Math Person or an English Person”

Service to School Releases Annual Report: 63% of S2S Mentees Went on to Enroll at US News Top 50 Colleges

Service to School (S2S) just released their 2019-2020 Annual Report, presenting some astounding numbers. I won’t dare summarize their entire repertoire of services, but I’ll include some bullets of their absolutely incredible achievements below. S2S, thank you for what you do. “Of our veterans who worked with an Ambassador or staff to apply to anContinue reading “Service to School Releases Annual Report: 63% of S2S Mentees Went on to Enroll at US News Top 50 Colleges”