An Sasala grew up in the suburbs of Cleveland and attended Gettysburg College, double majoring in Spanish/Latin American, Caribbean, Latino studies and German studies while minoring in women, gender, and sexuality studies. An can speak Spanish, German and English and read Dutch and Portuguese.
With application season finally coming to a close and a new summer beginning, it is time for some fresh summer reading suggestions. This year, instead of giving a list of some of our favorite summer reads (you can find those here), the Office of Admissions invites you to join our online book club.
Despite the fact that much of the last month in Gambier has felt like spring, as the Starks say in Game of Thrones, “Winter is coming.” Our office staff share some of their favorite things to do and books to read during Ohio’s colder months.
When it comes to college applications, perhaps no word strikes more fear into the hearts of applicants than “interview.” To help assuage your fears, dear prospective students, my colleagues and I present to you advice on how to sail through your interview.
As admissions counselors, we spend a lot of time in the car. No adventure would be as fun without the tunes that keep us going through long nights, on bumpy roads, and especially in my case, when stuck in Houston traffic. Below are playlists compiled by myself and my colleagues of our soundtracks to our fall road trips.