Tag Archives: college decisions

HBCU’s popularity rising

HBCU fair at M.A. demonstrates interest in unique college option We all know about the famous hate crime surrounding George Floyd, who was viciously killed by Derek Chauvin in May 2020, and of similar crimes involving Breonna Taylor, Ahmed Arbery and many others (see “Trauma of Floyd’s murder still burdens …

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The college decision

Understanding the importance of the college process; how to thrive The college decision is one of the most important decisions people have throughout their whole life. College is another four or more years of a person’s life figuring out more about themselves. During high school standardized tests like ACT and …

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College values

Molded, taught and indebted: Redefining the value of colleges in an age dominated by price tags Consider this: would you rather be modeled or molded? Trained or taught? In debt or indebted to an institution that has provided you with all the tools necessary to be successful, responsible and thoughtful …

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