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Sarah Bjerklie

Sarah Bjerklie has written 7 posts for The Bull

The Bull on George Washington University (Round 2)

George Washington’s two campuses (the urban Foggy Bottom neighborhood and Mt. Vernon) literally offer the best of both worlds, while great internship opportunities and bathrooms in the dorms draw students from all over the US and the world. Continue reading

The Bull on Georgetown University

Georgetown may be the place for academically-minded sports fans looking for the best of both a city’s resources but the comforts of a charming college-town. Continue reading

The Bull on American University

American University students’ political involvement, great campus and occasional classes taught by celebrity parents are highlights to a curriculum focused on the political sphere. Continue reading

Bite Montclair: French Toast Bagels

What do you get when you cross French toast with a bagel? Find out where you can get this tasty combo by reading The Bull’s new column, Bite Montclair. Continue reading

The Bull on Northeastern University

Thoughts on a recent visit to Northeastern University in Boston. Continue reading

CGI and CSJ: Is It a Black and White Issue?

Montclair High is a school critically acclaimed for its diversity. The institution receives an abundance of praise because its students come from all different backgrounds, and it is thought to be a suburban school like no other. There is, however, an underlying separation of the classes and of the races, that so greatly contradicts the … Continue reading

5 Easy Ways to Put an End to Stress

Let’s face it: school is extremely stressful! The workload progressively gets more and more intense each year. Students are scrambling to complete their IDs, DBQs, chem labs, etc. while studying for tests, participating in sports, and maintaining their social lives. At times, the stress can be overwhelming. We often find this stress unmanageable and unavoidable, which consequently … Continue reading

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