imes have changed. No longer do college recruiters just look at your high school grades and college application. Today, they look at your online profile and behavior. Your tweets, Facebook pics, Instagram pictures, Youtube videos and blog comments now all play a part in your college application.
Lets ask DUKE what they think. One of their accepted students is doing porn to pay her way through school. Did they know that she was a porn star when she applied?
“Colleges are a microcosm of American society,” Wade said. “It’s a story of hormone-driven kids packed into dorms like sardines. And what we see when we look there -- the glamorization of casual sex; the binge-drinking; the crude, insensitive humor; the homophobia; the racism -- is a story about us.”
Said Wade, the Occidental sociologist.
Take no chances -- Just clean it up -- depending on how bad you want that Ivy league acceptance!
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