Friends for life

Undeclared

Former college students seem to forget the daily grind of university life — the essays and exams and expectations set by you and others.
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New professor, who dis?

Undeclared

When prospective students think about college, they often think about all the different kinds of people they’ll meet –– who they’ll live with, what student organizations they’ll join and what their classmates will be like. Yet students don’t often think about the personalities they’ll encounter at the front of the
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Doing time in the Inland Empire

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When I think of Claremont McKenna College, I feel nothing. I feel neither sad nor glad that I left after just one year. I don’t miss being on campus, yet I don’t harbor ill will toward the institution. I became a Claremont McKenna student by circumstance. After I finished up
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Downward and onward

Undeclared

When I started at Los Angeles Pierce College, a community college in the San Fernando Valley, I spent a lot of time waiting in line.
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Education 101

Back to Straya

While the semester is well underway at UC Berkeley with round two of midterms creeping up, in Sydney classes have barely begun. Although it may now only be week two for me, it’s all I’ve needed to notice how different the American and Australian systems are. Block schedules Everyone brags when
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Struggles of going to a huge university

Yes, we all know what you’re thinking. UC Berkeley is one of the best public universities in the world, and that’s part of the reason why we chose to attend this school. However, little did we know, nor did we expect, the endless obstacles we would soon face due to the
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