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All inclusive ticket to any college of their choice for parents

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  • cnp55cnp55 3650 replies152 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    In my dreams, in my do-over, I'm going to Cornell -- where my kids went! I'm still majoring in animal science, but thinking in terms of animal behavior and training, and nutrition.
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  • lastone03lastone03 941 replies11 threadsRegistered User Member
    I'd do a dual degree from Notre Dame and Saint Mary's. Get the best of both.
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  • BmacNJBmacNJ 87 replies12 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    edited June 19
    Faber College for sure
    Fat, Drunk and Stupid was a fun way to go thru life
    edited June 19
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  • shawbridgeshawbridge 5709 replies53 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    Great question. Had a fabulously intense experience at Princeton and would go back. But, started grad school at Stanford and might have been just as happy as an undergraduate there.

    Finished grad school at Harvard and wouldn't have done my undergraduate years there. Would not have done Oxford or Cambridge -- I'm not sure the tutorial system would have been that good for me plus my studies were really interdisciplinary.
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  • SwimmingDadSwimmingDad 924 replies11 threadsRegistered User Member
    Back to my alma mater - Penn. Just a really good fit for me. That said, AFTER college...I should have done a year in Europe or worked in Europe or something. I needed to broaden my horizons a bit.
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  • Nocreativity1Nocreativity1 1112 replies55 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    edited June 24
    I would have done what shawbridge did but unlike him I don't get nauseous around kryptonite😄
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  • CU123CU123 3580 replies68 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    I would have ripped it up the ticket and started a business like my best friend from H.S. He retired at age 40 when we sold his business for $15M.
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  • shawbridgeshawbridge 5709 replies53 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    @Nocreativity1, kryptonite doesn't harm me but anything involving fine motor coordination (e.g., threading a needle or even changing a bike tire) or managing a lot of details will do me in.
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  • natty1988natty1988 642 replies8 threadsRegistered User Member
    I also would've liked to go somewhere like Middlebury, Wesleyan, Amherst, orWilliams!
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  • WalknOnEggShellsWalknOnEggShells 605 replies28 threadsRegistered User Member
    I can't seem to pick one, but the first one that popped into my mind was Santa Cruz. UVA, Vanderbilt and Tulane all followed quickly after that. I guess I'd pick Santa Cruz if it's all about having fun, but Vanderbilt if I'm forced to consider academics too.
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