A Business Standard piece on Athena Education and its founders
A glimpse into one of the most notable characters of the 20th century…
If you think your finals are difficult, imagine bringing together a thousand students, each at the top of his or her high-school class, and having them compete for grades. This is what it’s like.
In this humorous post, Stanford’s Michael Kim describes the ups and downs he encountered on his journey to find his true love.
Here Kenny Tao goes over some of his techniques for maximizing time management in stressful high-school/college environments.
Michael Kim provides a recap of his high-school experience, and lessons for all current high-school students:
“Every December 15th, I am reminded of that fateful day when four years of hard work were validated by a single email that said, ‘Congratulations!’”
I made it! I had gone through one of the most stressful phases of student life and emerged at the beginning of an amazing journey. Princeton. Despite the odds against international applicants, I was now at the place I had only dreamed about just a year ago.
Every university has almost fifty majors and minors. How do you decide what to study? In this article, Rupa Subramaniam outlines how she went from being undecided about a major to loving her courses and looking forward to her many opportunities after graduation…
It is this liberal arts ideal that many great universities have cultivated through the ages, including Princeton, Harvard, Yale, and many others…
The white envelope trembles in my hand. The moment feels strangely surreal, and I oddly numb, having attempted to suppress overwhelming nervousness. As I rip it open and see the soon-to-be familiar red-and-blue, the strangest thought comes to me in the hysteria of the moment. Is this the end of everything I’ve worked for, the one confirmation I need?