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College Corner: Week Nine

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Name: Sage Sherman

Sage Sherman.

School: Kenyon College

Major: Sociology and Public Policy

Location: Gambier, Ohio

Mascot: Owls

How did you first hear about Kenyon, and what made you apply? “My aunt went there and loved it, but I honestly applied without knowing much about it. Once I got in and learned more about life on campus & their different programs, Kenyon quickly became my top choice!”

Why Kenyon? “I’ve always wanted a smaller school and a rural campus and Kenyon has both! I love all things Latin/Ancient Rome related and Kenyon has a study abroad program right in Rome. They also gave me an amazing scholarship so affordability really helped with my decision!”

What are you most excited about?  “Definitely the Kenyon-Rome Program! I’m also super excited to meet new people and be on my own. I already made friends with a really cool girl and we plan to room together!”

 

Name: Tommy Elliott

Tommy Elliott.

School: Creighton University

Major: Pre-Occupational Therapy

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Mascot: Bluejays

How did you first hear about Creighton, and what made you apply? I had always known about Creighton because of their great basketball team and I was looking to apply to some smaller schools that I had heard of before.”

Why Creighton? Once I visited, I could tell it was the right place for me. Its campus is not too far from a big city and with a small undergrad student population, I felt like I could find my place easily. Their OT PT building is brand new and is full of simulation labs and it really caught my eye.” 

What are you most excited about?  “I am excited to make new friends, go to the basketball games, join some clubs and intramurals, and learn a lot from all the new experiences.”

 

Name: Kaylie Jaster

Kaylie Jaster.

School: University of South Carolina

Major: International Business

Location: Columbia, South Carolina

Mascot: Gamecocks

How did you first hear about South Carolina, and what made you apply? I first heard about South Carolina when I was searching for schools in the southeast that had well-known business programs. After learning more about the school and all it had to offer, and after I visited, I decided to apply because of all of the different opportunities they had available for business students and their school spirit.”

Why? I chose South Carolina because it seemed like the perfect fit for me! Their #1 ranked international business program for the last 25 years is what initially drew me into their business school. The campus is beautiful and doesn’t feel too big when walking from building to building, and the exciting sporting events every weekend are something I will look forward to. Overall, South Carolina had everything I was looking for in a school!”

What are you most excited about? I am most excited to get to live in a place that has almost always warm weather, exciting game days and to meet a lot of new people.”

 

Name: Hardik Singhal

Hardik Singhal.

School: Kelley School of Business at Indiana University

Major: Finance

Location: Bloomington, Indiana

Mascot: Hoosiers

How did you first hear about Indiana, and what made you apply? “I first heard about it when my brother committed, and applied because he said he really liked it.”

Why Indiana? “I chose Indiana because their business program is strong and it has a big community where I can build a strong network.”

What are you most excited about?  “I’m most excited about the college life and meeting new people.”

 

Name: Sophia Lane

Sophia Lane.

School: University of Mississippi

Major: Business

Location: Oxford, Mississippi

Mascot: Tony the Landshark

How did you first hear about Ole Miss, and what made you apply? “I was looking at more southern schools and schools that have good athletics. So my counselor recommended Ole Miss to me and I visited it. The weather was perfect and the campus was beautiful. It had everything that I was looking for in a college.”

Why Ole Miss? “As soon as I got to the campus I thought it was such a good atmosphere and everyone there was friendly. I had an amazing tour guide, who was super helpful explaining how her experience went. It was by far my favorite visit and it was just extremely enticing.”

What are you most excited about?  “I am most excited for the game days the football at Ole Miss is great and I can’t wait to watch!”

 

Name: Lucy Mulloy

Lucy Mulloy.

School: Pennsylvania State University

Major: Technical Theater and Lighting Design

Location: University Park, Pennsylvania

Mascot: Nittany Lions

How did you first hear about Penn State, and what made you apply? I looked up the top schools for theater design and Penn State came highly recommended!”

Why Penn State? The technology there is amazing and it has one of the biggest alumni connections in the country.”

What are you most excited about? I’m most excited about putting on my first show and the football games!”

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Coralis Colon
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Senior Coralis Colon is super excited to be returning to The Forest Scout, this year as an Editor! She is a member of The Student Council, NHI, Scout Nation, and Spanish Club. In her free time, you can find her cooking, shopping, reading, spending time with friends, and family, and her two dogs, Bandit and Ozzie. When she has the time, she enjoys traveling and babysitting.
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