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Writing your college admissions essays can be stressful, especially if you are applying to a number of colleges, but there’s new online writing tool that can help! Story2 will take you step-by-step by step through the process of writing your college admissions essay until you have a draft you’re proud of!
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When Camille Theriaque faced early retirement from her firefighting career, she knew she could still make a difference, and a psychology degree was the answer. Learn more about her journey and why this former firefighter plans to help the victims of post-traumatic stress disorder.