Volume 11 - Issue 44
November 7, 2017
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HARVARD GRAD AND 2018 SUMMIT SPEAKER

I Love Harvard, But a Truly Catholic School is Not to Be Passed Up Lightly

When I talk about my book, How I Stayed Catholic at Harvard, I am often asked why I went to Harvard instead of a Catholic school. For my part, the answer is simple enough: I saw the movie "Legally Blonde" when I was 10, and the protagonist, Elle Woods, went to Harvard. A lot of the jokes were lost on me, but I knew I wanted to be just like Elle  - pink wardrobe and tiny dog included. More than that, I saw that Harvard would open doors for me later in life, so my mind was made up. I went to Harvard for the prestige and future opportunities, but I hadn't realized how much I'd be missing out on culturally and academically. In retrospect, I would have done well to more seriously consider a Catholic education.  < READ MORE >

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