Tips on the College Process

Abandon all reasonable expectations. Don’t overload on reach schools. Get your personal statement done early. Go to the summer program if possible. File all financial aid information on time. Finish all your supplements by Peter’s deadline. Don’t apply to too many schools (too many is more than 15); you’ll have more supplements to do and … Continue reading Tips on the College Process

BSGE Seniors Display Work at IB Art Exhibition

On Tuesday, March 18, BSGE seniors exhibited selected artworks they had created as part of the IB Visual Arts program at the Aurora Gallery less than three blocks from the school. The show marked the second year of BSGE displaying their work at the gallery, a shift from the library exhibits of past years. The … Continue reading BSGE Seniors Display Work at IB Art Exhibition

What to listen to: Best (Indie) Albums of 2013

1. Modern Vampires of the City by Vampire Weekend- With highly varied influences and obscure cultural references sprinkled throughout, Vampire Weekend’s third album is musically and lyrically interesting, lending itself to being played on repeat for weeks on end. The often serious lyrical content and overlying themes of death, aging and religion juxtapose the upbeat, … Continue reading What to listen to: Best (Indie) Albums of 2013

Entertainment: What to Watch, Listen to, and Read

Listen to Ana's Ears: Vampire Weekend. Modern Vampires of the City, their third album, is probably the best new release of the year. With a wide variety of influences from numerous genres, there’s something for everybody. Plus the lead singer’s Twitter is a great time for all involved. Alt-J. Not just keys on a keyboard, … Continue reading Entertainment: What to Watch, Listen to, and Read