Like the U.S. Navy itself, it is not a school for the faint of heart. The USNA exists to prepare young people to become officers in the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. In fact, all students serve at least five years after graduation.
Established in 1833, Kalamazoo College is one of the oldest institutions in this history of our country. So you could say that they’ve had some time to get this whole higher education thing down pat. Located in the small town of (you guessed it) Kalamazoo, Michigan,
Indiana University. As a former Chicagoan, the Midwest is as near and dear to my heart as chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream (which, for the record, is pretty high on the near and dear chart). I love the people; I love the seasons; and more than anything, I love the laid-back, happy culture
When I think of the University of Tennessee, only one word really ever comes to mind – football. As someone who attended another SEC school, it’s hard for me to see much past an opposing school’s sports program.
So, maybe you aren’t a student who is looking for the typical college experience. Maybe football games and lecture halls just don’t excite you the way that they do some of your peers. But, I have two words for you that may just get your college excitement wheels spinning. Ready? Cowboy scholar.
Truth: I always wanted to be an astronaut. Okay, okay, everyone on the planet wanted to be an astronaut at some point in their lives. But with the current spotlight on our country’s space program and the Mars rover mission, my old ambition
The University of Notre Dame is more than just a school. From its presence in the film Rudy, to its long-standing reputation in college football, if you’ve heard the words “Notre Dame,” chances are you didn’t think of the cathedral in Paris.
The holidays are in full swing around the College Right offices so, this month, we’d like to introduce you to a school that makes us feel all warm and fuzzy. Not only does it reside in a place that looks like it belongs in a holiday movie,
This month is all about being thankful, giving to others, and turkey. (Mostly about the turkey, though.) So, we are putting the spotlight on a college that encompasses all of the good things that Thanksgiving is about year round, not just on one day.
The University of Florida is my alma mater, but I’m going to try to be unbiased when telling you about it. So, here we go. It’s the best school that ever existed, and you definitely should go there over ANY OTHER SCHOOL.
It’s summertime and my eyes are seeing red, white, and blue! But it’s not just my Firecracker Popsicle and American flag bathing suit in my eye line. I’ve also got my sight set on The George Washington University, and let me tell you why.
Ah, the Old West: cowboys and covered wagons. A place that inspired Americans from the East to pack up their belongings, say goodbye to their families, and ride off into the sunset in search of adventure
The Cooper Union provides a Harvard-level education with the personal style of, say, your quirky older cousin. Think leggings instead of ascots, and nose rings instead of (or in addition to) earrings. CU is a perfect fit
The crazy awesomeness of March Madness is upon us, and like all bracket participants, we love to bet on the underdog. Now maybe calling the University of Louisville an “underdog” seems a little dramatic.
Admittedly, when you think of Florida, you think of old people, Jeb Bush, and Gloria Estefan. Oh! And Disney World! But guess what else you should associate with Florida? Flagler College. Yep, that’s right!
Ever thought that attending a college in a southern town known as Music City might be the place for you? Vanderbilt is located in Nashville, TN, a city with a small town feel and thriving international music scene.