Everyone has a different experience applying to colleges.
Some take the traditional route by working hard in high school, studying for standardized tests, and writing a thoughtful essay, while others leave their educational fate in the hands of their parents.
After news of a college admissions scandal broke on Tuesday, many people were compelled to reminisce about the “old-fashioned ways” they got into college.
The scandal involved dozens of parents — including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Louglin, who reportedly shelled out a lot of money to ensure their students were accepted to colleges. But that’s not how people got into college in the good old days. Read more…