Tag: college acceptance

Questions to Ask Yourself when Deciding Where to Apply to College

Questions to Ask Yourself when Deciding Where to Apply to College

Questions to Ask Yourself when Deciding Where to Apply to College If you decide to attend a university, you’ll want to make sure that you’ll be happy and fulfilled at whatever university you choose. Now, how to decide which schools to apply to? There are so many amazing schools, each with their own unique qualities….

College Tips: How To Survive Your First Week on Campus

College Tips: How To Survive Your First Week on Campus

College Tips: How To Survive Your First Week on Campus Congratulations! You’ve graduated high school and are now on your way to college. With just a few weeks left before you move on campus, you might be feeling nervous or under prepared. To help guide your transition, we’ve compiled some of the top college tips…

5 Must-Have Move-in Items For Your Dorm

5 Must-Have Move-in Items For Your Dorm

5 Must-Have Move-in Items For Your Dorm Move-in day is stressful, to say the least. You’ll have way more stuff than you need, you’ll have to figure out how to cramp your entire wardrobe into a tiny closet, and you and your roommate may experience your first fight over who gets which bed. Inevitably, there…

Blue-prynt’s Top 20 High School Graduation Gifts

Blue-prynt’s Top 20 High School Graduation Gifts

Blue-prynt’s Top 20 High School Graduation Gifts It is that time of the year! The time for graduation, gifts, and parties to celebrate your favorite high school graduate. Since there is nothing that will stop your favorite high schooler from growing up, the next best thing is to choose from one of our favorite gifts…

Finding “You” Time in College and Making the Most of It

Finding “You” Time in College and Making the Most of It

Finding “You” Time in College and Making the Most of It One aspect of college that makes it completely different from past years is the amount of free time that comes with it. Your classes will often be scattered throughout the day, leaving a lot of open time before the next one. This time should…

5 Common Concerns of Incoming Freshmen

5 Common Concerns of Incoming Freshmen

5 Common Concerns of Incoming Freshmen Learning how to drive a car and moving from middle school to high school might seem like huge changes at the time, but nothing compares to a student’s transition into college. Along with college comes the hundreds of concerns of college students, as they are almost programmed to think…

College Advice No One Tells You

College Advice No One Tells You

College Advice No One Tells You College is a miraculous time of change and adventure that is often sugarcoated by movies, television, and your Instagram feed. From those forms of media, you’re really only seeing the good parts— game days, frat parties, etc etc. Don’t get me wrong, these parts are awesome. But, they aren’t…

Student Spotlight: Sami Bash of Baked N’ Whipped

Student Spotlight: Sami Bash of Baked N’ Whipped

Student Spotlight: Sami Bash of Baked N’ Whipped What is it like to pursue your passion even before you walk down the aisle to graduate high school? We interviewed Sami Bash, a senior in high school who is already on the path of entrepreneurship with her company Baked ‘N Whipped. With the new trend of…

25 Questions You Should Ask Your College Roommate

25 Questions You Should Ask Your College Roommate

25 Questions You Should Ask Your College Roommate You’ve just received your college acceptance, now you are looking for a college roommate. You may have someone in mind that you already know, or possibly you are taking the random roommate route. Whatever your choice ends up being, there are important questions you better be asking…

How To Decorate Your Dorm Based On Your Personality Type

How To Decorate Your Dorm Based On Your Personality Type

How To Decorate Your Dorm Based On Your Personality Type. What does your dorm decor say about you? With acceptance letters rolling in from Universities, it is never too early to start thinking about dorm decor. We get it, you don’t have a lot of space to work with, and you may or may not…

Duke University Early Decision Admissions Rate Drops for Class of 2023

Duke University Early Decision Admissions Rate Drops for Class of 2023

Brooke Bier has had dreams of attending Duke University since before she knew what it was. Her father, a graduate from Duke in 1990, started to convert his daughter into a Duke fan since she was eight months old. Seventeen years later, their dreams of a second generation Duke student came true when Bier was…

Student Spotlight: Jessica Nabi

Student Spotlight: Jessica Nabi

Jessica Nabi, 18, is a freshman at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Originally from Scarsdale, New York, Nabi realized there was an “untapped market” that she needed to break into. Thus, Cupcakes By Jess was born. We spoke with Jess about how she got started with her business, and of course got to…

5 Adorable Ways To Announce Your College Acceptance Without Leaving Your Bed

5 Adorable Ways To Announce Your College Acceptance Without Leaving Your Bed

5 Adorable Ways To Announce Your College Acceptance Without Leaving Your Bed It started out with a personalized cookie cake that dad picked up from ShopRite on his way home from work. Next, friends brought balloons over after school. Some months later the sweatshirts from grandma rolled in. Then a cellophane-wrapped snipped and personalized tailgate…

Why The SATs Don’t Matter

Why The SATs Don’t Matter

With the November 1 deadline in the past, and the January 1 due date quickly approaching, high school seniors everywhere are about to embark on the most stressful part of high school: the waiting game. Those acceptance letters hold futures in their texts, and naive students put so much weight on their messages. If you’re…