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By Paul Losch

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About this blog: I was a "corporate brat" growing up and lived in different parts of the country, ending in Houston, Texas for high school. After attending college at UC Davis, and getting an MBA at Harvard, I embarked on a marketing career, mai...  (More)

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Wait-List Game Gets Bigger in College Admissions
Apr 4, 2009 10:04 am
Comments: 6 | Views: 3,976

Spring Break just ended and April is here. That means for many of our high schoolers and their families that it's College Time -- from campus visits to admission... More
On becoming a blogger ...
Mar 24, 2009 3:56 pm
Comments: 16 | Views: 7,330

Becoming a "blogger" is something I never envisioned as a path in life -- mainly because that avocation didn't exist. And, perhaps like most of us, I'm not even... More
On becoming a blogger ...
Mar 24, 2009 3:56 pm
Comments: 16 | Views: 3,895

Becoming a "blogger" is something I never envisioned as a path in life -- mainly because that avocation didn't exist. And, perhaps like most of us, I'm not even... More
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