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Q: Would I Send My Daughter to Flagler College?

I asked this question once before after touring the University of Limerick. And once again, my answer is a resounding ‘YES!’ Though I quickly realized it was a college my husband I would love to attend more than one that would be suitable for our daughter. 440 more words

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SUNY Purchase

SUNY Purchase (visited 8/12/14)

SUNY Purchase is located on a large campus (about 500 acres – including the first multi-racial cemetery in the area that sits in the middle of campus) about 30 miles north of New York City. 1,050 more words

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Manhattanville College

Manhattanville College (visited 8/12/14)

Manhattanville is 1 of only 6 institutions in the country with NGO status with the UN. UN ambassadors come up regularly as part of the Ambassadors Lecture Series, and one of the current Georgian students has an internship with the embassy through the UN. 784 more words

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CSU Channel Islands

CSU Channel Islands (visited 1/16/14)

The newest of the CSU campuses (it opened in 2002) – and also the 2nd largest in area (with 1800 acres) – Channel Islands had been a state mental hospital until 1997! 288 more words

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Monmouth University

Monmouth University (visited 7/29/13)

Monmouth is a private university with about 4400 undergraduates. The main hall on campus is Wilson Hall built in the early 1900s and named for President Wilson who had stayed there during his 1916 campaign for president. 658 more words

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Vanderbilt Road Show

Last week, just as school started up, Vanderbilt University’s Road Show came through town. MM’s on their mailing list but hasn’t really expressed any interest (or disinterest) in the school. 499 more words

Scholarships

How I Fell Completely and Utterly in Love (with Something Other Than a Cat or a Character from a Novel) for the First Time

There comes a time in almost every young opportunity-filled intellectual’s life which is overflowing with more anxiety, torture, and sleepless nights than one could ever imagine: the college application process. 1,430 more words

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