Yikes!! I remember my college application process being brutal, but nothing like this.
I was a bit of a mess my senior year in high school - and with no clear idea of what I wanted to be or do, I applied to a RANDOM, makes-no-sense, fire-your-guidance-counselor combination of schools:
1. Ohio University - accepted
2. Indiana University - accepted
3. Wellesley - waitlisted (boo! I would have gone there.)
4. William & Mary - accepted
5. Northwestern - accepted
6. Georgetown - accepted :)
7. Stanford University - totally rejected. sniff. My dream school.
If I could do it all over, I would have applied to a totally different range of schools … but then again, I loved Georgetown - and I can’t imagine what my life would have been like had I not gone there. Just goes to show that everything, including getting rejected from Stanford (ha), happens for a reason. :)
So wait. I thought it was the general knowledge on the Internets that she transfer to Georgetown after she go to the Indiana University school-place for a year. Yes?
Am I drunk on the vodka and making this up?
I go post photos of my vayina on World Wide Webnets now.
I not drunk. This from the Mediabistro article. Does Poofy think we are all so stupid and in sugar-cupcake coma so as to not notice when she flat out LIE?!?!?! Oh, Poofy. What you smoking there in Copenhagen?
Julia briefly attended Indiana University after high school, a detail airbrushed out of her public bio. She quit after a semester. Her parents landed her a job working as a legislative aide for family friend, Illinois Congressman Mark Kirk. That fall, she was accepted as a transfer at Georgetown University majoring in political science.