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Out of Time: Colleges should release college admission decisions earlier to help avoid conflict for students

Out of Time: Colleges should release college admission decisions earlier to help avoid conflict for students

Misha Rekhter

March 22, 2019


Filed under PERSPECTIVES, Print, Print Columnists, Recent Updates

On Feb. 1, the housing application for Indiana University (IU) opened. The application prompts prospective students to place a deposit and reserve their preferred dorm on a first-come, first-served basis. As someone who is strongly considering attending IU, I went along with the process and placed my...

Column: Colleges should be more transparent in admission decisions

Column: Colleges should be more transparent in admission decisions

Sabrina Mi

December 20, 2017


Filed under Online Only, Recent Updates, Top Story

As we move towards an increasingly globalized economy, higher education is seen as an essential, yet controversial, part of the American experience. Under the Trump administration, practices including Affirmative Action may be reopened for debate, however, discussions should also involve another asp...

Guest Speaker Ken Larose to come for seniors on Oct. 16 while other grades take standardized tests

Guest Speaker Ken Larose to come for seniors on Oct. 16 while other grades take standardized tests

Beats

October 13, 2013


Filed under NEWS, News Briefs, Online Only, Recent Updates

Ken Larose, associate athletic director at Butler University, has been invited to speak to seniors on Oct. 16, the day that the PSAT will be administered to the juniors and sophomores and the PLAN for freshmen, according to Principal John Williams. Seniors will rotate from three sessions, each lasting...

Facebook friends aren’t only ones checking you out

feature

October 20, 2010


Filed under FEATURE

By RyanZukerman rzukerman@hilite.org Ten percent of college admissions offices visit their applicants’ social networking sites during the admissions process, according to a 2008 survey of over 300 college admissions offices done by Kaplan, a test-prep company. Of the colleges that admitted to using...