Posts From the monthly archives: "March 2015"

I call the bookshelf in my office “The Literacy Center.” Included in The Literacy Center are different books which have, in some way or another, informed the work that I do. One such book is Moneyball, by Michael Lewis, …

Grad School

As with most advanced degrees, it’s becoming more common that there is no set path to pursuing law school. An entering class to any Juris Doctor program is comprised of a myriad of students, some recent graduates, others with established …

Art

Imagine a gorgeous spring day on a college campus: art students sketching and painting out in the courtyard, music majors writing a song in one of the many gazebos on campus, and theatre students practicing their lines with the auditorium …

Indie Scene: the What and the How

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I was thinking about how I spend my working time. At this point in my practice and in this school year, I would estimate that about 70% of my time goes to working on my own, and about 30% goes …

The Local Counselors’ Preview Day Committee has been hard at work preparing to welcome our local public high school counselors and community college transfer counselors to the NACAC 2015 conference in San Diego. The committee is reaching out to local …

The Value of Visits

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After a $120 Uber ride to airport (surge rate???), two cancelled flights, 6 hours waiting to de-ice and take-off only to return to gate, and an unplanned hotel stay in Long Island- I thought about the importance of visiting colleges …

This WACACast is a small batch edition thanks to the many many applications Chapman and USC received this season! In it, Sam and Grant talk about different ways of notifying students of their admission decisions and cap it off with …