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Student Mental Health: “Is Everything OK?”

Student Mental Health: “Is Everything OK?”

Noor Haddad, College Counselor Collegewise Mental health for high school students has been something I've made a significant effort to learn more about. Many of the students I work with have struggled with it, and are still struggling. When I ask them questions about...

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Dreaming the Aloha

Dreaming the Aloha

By Nikki Kahealani Chun, Senior Associate Director, Caltech Diversity, Equity and Access Committee Ke welina, e aloha mai kakou. To understand the roots of this blog entry is to know a little bit about me and my positionality. I am a Native Hawaiian woman who was the...

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Nevada Professionals Are Making Things Happen!

Nevada Professionals Are Making Things Happen!

By Kristine Shay, UNLV I am thrilled to serve as the new Chairperson of the Nevada Interests Committee. A little about myself….I have worked in college admissions for 27+ years for several types of institutions, most of which were in the SUNY system of New York...

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WACAC Hits DC

The Government Relations team was on it again earlier this month, but this time it was in D.C. Several members of WACAC, including our president, Jeff Morrow, were in the nation’s capital, talking to House Representatives and Senators about issues in secondary and...

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Rice Farming, American Dream, and Other Thoughts

Rice Farming, American Dream, and Other Thoughts

By Heaja Kim, Independent College Admissions Consultant, KKM College Consulting   A couple of years ago, I read about an interesting study that attributed the difference in how peoples of the East and the West think to the labor requirements for the type of grain...

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Work and Study: Tired Tour Guides

Work and Study: Tired Tour Guides

By: Garrett Addison, Admission Counselor, Chapman University You know you’ve been there. Studying for your Calculus mid-term, putting together the song & dance routine for Greek Week, and mentally reminding yourself you need to eat lunch. Oh and don’t forget your...

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