Category Archives: friends

RoomSync App Makes Finding A College Roommate Easy

When dinosaurs roamed the earth, colleges would mail pre-freshmen detailed questionnaires about their personal living habits:  Do you smoke?  Study late?  Are you sloppy? Obsessively neat? Do you like loud, blaring music? Do you like the window open? This system was … Continue reading

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The Value of attending a Liberal Arts and Personal “Best-Fit” School – Bucknell University

I am one of the extremely fortunate people who can say with 100% confidence that I attended my “best-fit” school.  I knew from the moment I stepped on the Bucknell campus Freshman year, that this was the place for me.  I … Continue reading

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Peer Power

   Parents like to believe that the advice and counsel they provide their children, from cradle to adulthood, will be the most important inputs those children will ever receive from the world. Overwhelming evidence, however, suggests otherwise.     While it is certainly true that … Continue reading

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BIG SCHOOL? SMALL SCHOOL?

  Whether considering public schools, private day or boarding schools, colleges or universities, the debate never ends. Some parents don’t even want to discuss sending their children to a large school or college.  There won’t be enough structure. My child … Continue reading

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