So thrilling to hear that our illustrator for the book, Lisa Rothstein, has sold two additional cartoons to the New Yorker in the last ten
The latest version, edited by Alison Leigh Cowan ’82, addresses timeless concerns such as what to pack and how to deal with roommates.
Our newly released 6th edition of “How to Survive Your Freshman Year” has only been out 3 days and already it’s the #1 New Release on Amazon’s list of books about Education, History or Theory.
Turns out “How to Get Into College,” a quickly-forgotten, 1989 flop starring Nora Dunn & Phil Hartman as high-falutin’ college advisors, was not off-base. Just waaay ahead of its time. What a difference 30 years and the current pay-to-NOT-play scandal have made. Our editor, Alison Leigh Cowan, shares her take on all this, courtesy of the Washington Examiner.
April 1 is the day that high-school seniors await each year with equal parts anticipation and dread. Some will celebrate after opening their envelopes and email, and some will cry. But come May, most will have made their picks and be college-bound! This book holds their hand as they take their next step and their new adventures begin.