Contest: Go for the gold…err neon yellow!
Contest: Quotes about getting started!
Story To College Ambassador Ying Bin is modeling the t-shirt that you could win by participating in this week’s contest! The picture doesn’t do it justice, but the t-shirt is SERIOUSLY bright.
If you could add any sport (real or imagined) to the Olympics what would it be and why. What is the criteria for judging the sport (judges, points, goals, etc.). If the sport is imagined please submit a detailed description.
You’ll get practice using your creative mind to answer bizarre questions (see University of Chicago’s supplemental question “Where is Waldo?” as an example) and in Olympics season mode.
Click the Submit button above to enter! Good luck!
First Contest Ends Tonight! You could win $100 off an Essay Development Course!
This weeks contest we want a quote from literature, history, film, television, politics, anything! The theme of the quote should be about getting started! Believe it or not, even though the school year just ended it’s the beginning of a lot of new life experiences.
Here’s an example to start you off!
Phillips Academy’s (my high school) motto:
Finis origine pendet
Translation : The end depends upon the beginning.
What quote gets you inspired to get started?
Reblog this post with your quote by FRIDAY (June 29) at MIDNIGHT. The winner of the quote contest will be announced Monday, July 2 and will win $100 off a Story To College Essay Development Course at Millenium High School or Beacon High School!
See the post below titled “First Contest of the Summer!” for deets!
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First Contest of the Summer!
What does the first day of summer look like to you? Send us a picture, .gif, or short clip illustrating what the first day of summer means to you. I’ll get you started.
This is a picture of what summer looks like at the Story To College office. We get a small glimpse of sun, but for the most part our view is of a brick wall. Anticlimactic…I know.
So brighten our day with your own examples of the first day of summer.
The contest ends MIDNIGHT on FRIDAY (June 22). We’ll review all of the submissions and then announce the winner on Monday!
The prize this week is…..$100 off the our Essay Development Course at Millenium High School (July 9-13, 11-3:30) or at Beacon High School (July 16-20, 11-3:30). Reblog this post with your submission attached to participate!