Matthew Chang.

Harvard University

I take you through a day in my life at Harvard!
Hello, my name is Justine Kim [김서윤] and I will be your at guide! I'm from Australia and I hope that I can provide you with a glimpse of just how amazing Cornell is.
Hi! I'm Narizza from the Big Island of Hawaii. Come along with me on a tour of Columbia University where I am currently spending my first year!
Jai is a senior at Carnegie Mellon University, Architect Major who is apart of almost everything on campus. He loves to do everything except academics and serves on board of tons of clubs and societies.
Thayer Street is located a few blocks away from Brown's main campus, and offers a TON of restaurants and shops that not only service Brown University students but also students from surrounding colleges.
This is the main quad of MIT's 168 acres campus in Cambridge, MA. The whole campus spans about a mile along the Charles River, directly across from Boston, MA.
The Just About Music Dorm is a fantastic place to live in, if you are not in a forced triple.

Jordan Sanchez.

Harvard University

The college application process is full of smoke and mirrors, but I can give you come clarity. In this video, I give you an idea of what it takes to get into Harvard by reading through my transcript, GPA, SAT, AP, and SAT II test scores. Good luck to you all! You can find more college videos on my youtube channel, The Queen Next Door (youtube.com/thequeennextdoor).
he new Andrews Commons is the main gathering area for first-year residential life on the Pembroke Campus. The renovation for student commons at Andrews Hall converted the existing 61x100 ft dining hall and a portion of the terrace level residential hall into a student center and 24-hour study center.
At CMU you can rent electronics from the library and return them when you are done with them. A great feature for when you have to film for a project or even just need to use a piece of tech you don't already own.
Take a peek at these classrooms! Emory is a medium sized school so there are not a lot of lecture halls. The classrooms get smaller as you make your way through your major and the teachers at Emory love helping out.
A textbook Classroom Tour, With Joelle @ Dartmouth: Its not enough to simply show us around an empty lecture hall. If possible we want you to be in a class as its happening - it's all about understanding the student experience in real time. We also love how Joelle tells you everything you would want to know about the class she is currently in: why students like it, what the workload is like, etc.

Natashia Neckles.

Princeton University

Here is a tour of my freshman dorm at Whitman College! I've written a detailed blog post with TONS of tips on college admissions, so check it out here: https://themillennialstate.com/makeittotheivyleague/ Also check out my YouTube channel Natashia Alexandra (http://www.youtube.com/c/TheMillennialState), and keep up with my life at Princeton on insta @natashia.alexandra!
Lily introduces herself and talks about her current/previous activities at Amherst: orchestra, being at math TA, study abroad in France and England, and writing two honors theses in math and French.

Matthew Chang.

Harvard University

I take you through a day in my life at Harvard!
Hello, my name is Justine Kim [김서윤] and I will be your at guide! I'm from Australia and I hope that I can provide you with a glimpse of just how amazing Cornell is.
Hi! I'm Narizza from the Big Island of Hawaii. Come along with me on a tour of Columbia University where I am currently spending my first year!
Jai is a senior at Carnegie Mellon University, Architect Major who is apart of almost everything on campus. He loves to do everything except academics and serves on board of tons of clubs and societies.
Thayer Street is located a few blocks away from Brown's main campus, and offers a TON of restaurants and shops that not only service Brown University students but also students from surrounding colleges.
This is the main quad of MIT's 168 acres campus in Cambridge, MA. The whole campus spans about a mile along the Charles River, directly across from Boston, MA.
The Just About Music Dorm is a fantastic place to live in, if you are not in a forced triple.

Jordan Sanchez.

Harvard University

The college application process is full of smoke and mirrors, but I can give you come clarity. In this video, I give you an idea of what it takes to get into Harvard by reading through my transcript, GPA, SAT, AP, and SAT II test scores. Good luck to you all! You can find more college videos on my youtube channel, The Queen Next Door (youtube.com/thequeennextdoor).
he new Andrews Commons is the main gathering area for first-year residential life on the Pembroke Campus. The renovation for student commons at Andrews Hall converted the existing 61x100 ft dining hall and a portion of the terrace level residential hall into a student center and 24-hour study center.
At CMU you can rent electronics from the library and return them when you are done with them. A great feature for when you have to film for a project or even just need to use a piece of tech you don't already own.
Take a peek at these classrooms! Emory is a medium sized school so there are not a lot of lecture halls. The classrooms get smaller as you make your way through your major and the teachers at Emory love helping out.
A textbook Classroom Tour, With Joelle @ Dartmouth: Its not enough to simply show us around an empty lecture hall. If possible we want you to be in a class as its happening - it's all about understanding the student experience in real time. We also love how Joelle tells you everything you would want to know about the class she is currently in: why students like it, what the workload is like, etc.

Natashia Neckles.

Princeton University

Here is a tour of my freshman dorm at Whitman College! I've written a detailed blog post with TONS of tips on college admissions, so check it out here: https://themillennialstate.com/makeittotheivyleague/ Also check out my YouTube channel Natashia Alexandra (http://www.youtube.com/c/TheMillennialState), and keep up with my life at Princeton on insta @natashia.alexandra!
Lily introduces herself and talks about her current/previous activities at Amherst: orchestra, being at math TA, study abroad in France and England, and writing two honors theses in math and French.

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