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By Anonymous - / Sunday 31 March 2013 05:10 / United States - Dalton
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  kwyk  |  23

He could be studying arts...

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  ise3  |  10

Harvard has a generous financial aid program. They make sure you can afford to go, and you have 0 debt at the end. Congrats for getting in. And for the idiot who said he might be doing art, it doesnt help your chances. At all.

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  ise3  |  10

Did i mention that no one gets merit-based aid? No one gets "full scholarship" but if their family earns less than 70k (80k?) a year it's a full ride. Same with princeton and yale. The last thing they want is someone to not enroll because they can't afford to.

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  Coolada  |  15

But the ones who are discovered are few and far between. I'm all for following your dreams, and I applaud those who do, but with art the chances of success are astronomically low.

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  enty6003  |  18

That was obviously a reply to the comment stating that they'd be coming to OP when he/she becomes rich. Clearly a joke, reflecting a much established stereotype of arts degrees leading nowhere (trying Googling "Eng Lit/Art History grads + McDonalds".

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  ise3  |  10

If someone's good enough at arts to get into harvard, i doubt they would go. There are far better arts schools than harvard. Not to say that there aren't art majors at harvard, but they're probably studying something else, too.

By  navik23  |  6

Well you still got in so that's a feet in itself! Just ignore her :)

By  coolboy675  |  16

You should tell them "Harvard" it was trying to get in. They just MIT believe you after you show them your letter. In which case, you cab say, "Yale should've believed me when I said it the first time." ... I tried ._.

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  perdix  |  29

#10, I don't think his family with be very impressed if he goes to a group of pictures pasted onto a backing. If he does go to college, let's hope he learns some spelling and grammar while he's there. ;)

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  perdix  |  29

#60, "College" is where you go for education after you complete high school, and a "collage" is group of different art media, often photographs, pasted to a backing. By the way, "college" is used as a catch-all in everyday speech to include all post-secondary institutions like universities, schools, institutes, colleges, etc.

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