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Side Note: College

I’ve been on a break-neck college visit road trip up the east coast for the past week, and I am so exhausted. And yet, here I am, writing a post at 11:17 at night. 1,437 more words

Purdue University

PURDUE UNIVERSITY (visited 9/15/14)

Twenty-three astronauts, including Neil Armstrong (for whom their engineering building is named), graduated from Purdue.

Purdue is Indiana’s land-grant public institution, home to 29,400 undergraduates: 57% are male, 57% are in-state, and 17% are international. 883 more words

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Indiana University

INDIANA UNIVERSITY (visited 9/17/14)

For a large state/Big 10 School, IU is wonderfully landscaped and attractive. There’s a stream through campus, lots of trees, and even 2 cemeteries (the university can’t move them because of purchase conditions of the property). 949 more words

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Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

IUPUI (visited 9/17/14)

I was expecting not to be impressed with Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, but it surprised me and is an absolute gem of a college. 792 more words

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Hanover College

Hanover College, IN (visited 9/16/14)

There are two fun facts to report about Hanover right off the bat: first, Woody Harrelson is a graduate. Second, Hanover was the answer to a Jeopardy question that asked which college campus was the only place from which it was possible to see 3 bends in the Ohio River. 936 more words

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50 Colleges and Universities with the Happiest Freshmen (Collegechoice.net)

Going to college is one of the most significant experiences of your life. In fact, college is as much an experience as it is an education.

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Butler University

BUTLER UNIVERSITY (visited 9/18/14)

If you want a top-notch education in Dance, Butler is your place. Students here have turned down acceptances to Julliard to attend Butler instead. 457 more words

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