I am a senior in college who will be off in the wonderful world of finance come July. While my resume passions include scrupulously watching economic indicators and reading the Wall Street Journal, I could just as happily spend all day reading blogs and sharing my passion for food, fashion, and fun. I chew too much gum and probably write too many lists. I know I don't know everything just yet, but TheGarnetLetter is the beginning of my little thank you note to the wonderful world!
- New lululemon !!! ❤️ instagram.com/p/htw4MwCrEt/ 1 hour ago
- Muir Woods #california #sanfrancisco instagram.com/p/hrtkE_irC9/ 20 hours ago
- I entered to win personalized black watch plaid goodies from @peapodpapergift and @collegeprepster! thecollegeprepster.com/2013/12/giveaw… 1 day ago
When I was applying to colleges, I knew I wanted to go to a smaller school. My high school had about 365 kids in each class (ok, I was class pres so you can’t blame me for knowing the exact number!), so I thought a college with around 2,000-4,000 undergraduates would be ideal. When I got into Boston College early action, I honestly had no idea what size the school was. I had already made my decision to go there when I found out that the school had about 8,700 undergrads, but I thought to myself, “eh, double my number, I won’t even notice…” Oh, BUT I DID. I know 8,700 is a freckle compared to some school stats, but that size made me feel lost, anonymous, and uncared for. School size was a pivotal factor in my decision to transfer to Union. Union has about 2,100 undergraduates and I can truthfully say it is the perfect size for me; I recognize enough people so that I feel comfortable, but still have opportunities to meet new people all the time so that I never get bored. Perhaps most importantly, to the school I am not just another number; Union appreciates the contributions of each of its students as human individuals and has constructed an unbelievable community. I am so proud to call myself one of 2,133!