Farah Weheba


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Resilience in Facing Decision Letters

[fa icon="calendar'] 11/15/19 11:00 AM / by Farah Weheba

The old adage is "You are what you eat," not "You are where you were accepted." We're serving up some perspective to untangle your sense of self-worth from your college admissions letters. 

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Admissions Decisions: Let’s Go Dragon Slaying

[fa icon="calendar'] 11/15/19 11:00 AM / by Farah Weheba

What sets you apart is demonstrable weirdness.

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Controversial Essay Topics

[fa icon="calendar'] 11/12/19 5:00 PM / by Farah Weheba

Wondering how to handle delicate topics in your college essays? You're not alone. College admissions officers get one good chance to understand you as a person through your essays. Deciding how to approach topics like politics and mental health can be a challenge. While they're not easy areas to navigate, many students feel that their applications would not be complete without addressing some of their most polarizing opinions or life-changing experiences—however controversial. We're here to help.

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Make Volunteering Meaningful

[fa icon="calendar'] 10/29/19 4:30 PM / by Farah Weheba

Volunteering can often be a requirement for your school, but you can leverage the opportunity to get to know yourself better. Instead of thinking of the requirement as just a quota to fill, consider volunteering a moment to define and flex your empathy.

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