#NDJourney Qai Gordon

Author: Qai Gordon

What’s my #NDJourney? I’m glad you asked.

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Once I got to high school I realized I wasn’t getting the academic challenge that I needed. In the first few weeks of sophomore year, I said to myself, “I won’t have the future that I want if I stay here.” I told my mom, she agreed, and my two sisters and I began googling private school options.I was in the public school system almost my whole life. I grew up in the same house with the same friends, and I thought everything was great!…

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Happy Black History Month!

Author: Qai Gordon

Looking for a way to celebrate Black History Month? Wondering what’s going on around campus? Look no further - we've got you covered with a list of things going on throughout the month:

Black History Month Celebration of Black Leaders: Past, Present, and Future

Saturday, Feb. 3 - Civil Rights Heritage Center - 12pm-3pm

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Countdown to Early Action: 1 Golden Dome

Author: Qai Gordon

With just one more day left to get your early action application in, we bet you thought we forgot to mention our most recognizable campus feature: the Golden Dome!  


Sure, you might be able to find similar-looking buildings in other places, maybe even on other campuses, but our Golden Dome is about a lot more than looks.…

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Clubbin' In College

Author: Qai Gordon

No, not THAT kind of club. Today, I’m going to focus on student-led organizations -- where you'll meet your best friends, turn interests into passions, and make a difference in the community. It's #LIT.

Many students get exposure to joining or leading clubs in high school, whether it be out of genuine interest or just to add something to their college applications (I get it, do what you gotta do). But, when comparing high school clubs to college clubs, it’s a whole different ballpark. You have more people to deal with, more money to handle, and more responsibilities to juggle.…

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