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College process: endless aspects, one choice

College process: endless aspects, one choice

India Thieriot, New Editor

January 5, 2017

Seniors may find it difficult to approach the college process with completely unbiased opinions about schools, as everything from peers’ and parents’ opinions to the acceptance rate of a college can subconsciously influence what she thinks about a particular school. While each individual institution is looking...

Shooting for two

Shooting for two

Alyssa Alvarez, Sports Editor

September 22, 2016

Choosing between school and athletics should never really be a decision, but as I sit down for a water break during my nightly workout, I cannot help but think about about the millions of athletes who are at a crossroads. Now is the time when high school athletes have to come to terms with the fac...

Fair allows juniors, seniors to explore Jesuit colleges

Seniors speak with an admissions representative from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. The Jesuit Excellence Tour provided an opportunity for students to ask personal questions, fill out information cards, and pick up brochures and handouts from 20 schools.

Claire Kosewic, Web Editor

September 12, 2016

The Jesuit Excellence Tour took place this morning, offering juniors and seniors an opportunity to speak with representatives from 20 different Jesuit colleges across the country. “I got to see a lot of colleges I had never heard of before, and looking at a bunch of options together was so much easier,” ju...

College representatives begin visits to campus

Juniors and seniors listen to Johns Hopkins University representative during his visit in The Gallery. Representatives from colleges will continue to visit throughout the Fall semester.

Josephine Rozzelle, Senior Reporter

September 8, 2016

Visits from college representatives began this week, inviting juniors and seniors to sit down with admissions personnel from colleges that interest them. “It’s a great way for students to get to know different types of colleges,” College Counseling Director Rebecca Munda said. “It can really help stude...

Future plans cause fear to surface in college counseling class

Future plans cause fear to surface in college counseling class

Julia-Rose Kibben, Design Editor

April 13, 2016

As the fourth quarter begins, college counseling ramps up for juniors who began taking the weekly class at the beginning of the second semester. “We have slowly transitioned into the college counseling class,” Munda said.  “We are talking about the college process, researching and talking about the different type...

Alumnae panel shares their college experiences

Alumnae answer questions from the Class of 2016 about the expectations of college and the steps to be taken for future success.

Alyssa Alvarez, Sports Editor

January 5, 2016

Alumnae panelists shared their college experiences and advice with the CHS Student Body today in Syufy Theatre. College Counseling Director Rebecca Munda organized a panel including Lauren Baum ‘14, Sarah Niehaus ‘15, Sarah Selzer ‘15 and Marguerite Siboni ‘06. They answered prepared questi...

Athletes prioritize school for college

Senior Maris Winslow cheers on her teammates in between plays during a varsity volleyball game. The senior plans to forgo her college sports offers to pursue other interests after a 10-year commitment to the sport.

Asha Khanna, Senior Reporter

November 5, 2015

Although senior Maris Winslow has played volleyball since third grade, like many other high school athletes, she will hang up her high school sports jersey when heading to college. “I was fortunate enough to have coaches from colleges, like Chapman, reach out to me because that gave me the chance ...

More students borrowing money for college; amount of loans rising

More students borrowing money for college; amount of loans rising

Fiona Mittelstaedt, Senior Reporter

November 5, 2015

With the rising cost of college, applicants may want to step back from filling out applications and look to better understand finance in higher education. Private and nonprofit colleges have experienced a 3.6 percent increase in tuition price from 2013 to 2015, according to the College Board, caus...

PSAT brings standardized testing to school

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter

October 14, 2015

Freshmen, sophomores and juniors entered their assigned rooms with only a calculator and pencil this morning to take the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test. “It was hard because I didn’t know a lot of the material,” freshman Amelia Estes said after taking the test. The PSAT is a standardized test that ...

College counseling elective begins for juniors

College Counselor Director Rebecca Munda explains PSAT scores to juniors, helping them understand subject skill sets./ Liana Lum

Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

January 6, 2015

Juniors gathered in the Mother Williams Library with their ipads this morning for their first college counseling elective. “As juniors, it’s time to think about where you want to go and what’s next,” College Counseling Director Rebecca Munda said during the elective. “We’ll be using this as a...

Alumnae return and speak with student body about college

College Counselor Rebecca Munda introduces the panel speakers before seniors ask questions.

January 5, 2015

Camilla Bykhovsky Sports Editor Alumnae who are still in college often come back after the holidays to visit teachers and former classmates, as well as partake in a college alumnae panel. “It was really great to come back to my community and see old friends,” alumna attending the George Washington ...

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