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The MV Current

The MV Current

Tips Before Applying to College

 Things to know before applying to big schools.

Madalyn Cottrell, MVcurrent Writer

September 25, 2020

Applying for colleges can be a stressful time of the year, especially for seniors and graduating juniors. As deadlines for application submissions approach, here are a few things to take into consideration when applying for different schools.   Apply for Any Scholarship Possible: Academic merit, tal...

Already Accepted into a college?

Being accepted, finally a Marion Knight

Katelynn Hexamer, MVcurrent Writer/Photographer

August 31, 2020

During the month of May, during quarantine, and the COVID-19 situation, I got a text saying applications for Marian University in Indianapolis were open. They were waving the SAT requirement, so I thought I should apply for my top college right then and see what happened.    It only took me around forty minutes to appl...

Baseball Seniors Reacting to Their Season Cancelled

How Baseball Seniors are Spending Their Time

Emerson Bridgewater, Staff Sports Writer

May 7, 2020

There are many seasons and events being cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The MV baseball season is one of them. The season was looking bright for this new team. They had a fresh start with new head coach Brad King. The team seemed to have a new energy about themselves. There were talented seniors and...

Football in College: How to Make the Transition

Emerson Bridgewater, Staff Sports Writer

February 20, 2020

Making the transition from high school football to college football is more than just another step of the game. College football is a different level of competition, physicality, and mentality. It is a whole different level, and sometimes it can be overwhelming. “It’s very hard getting used to the heig...

College conundrum

Rex Snow, MVC News Editor

April 26, 2019

Over the past couple of months, an investigation over a massive college admission scam took place. Fifty or more people from wealthy families have allegedly been involved in a scheme of cheating on standardized tests, as well as bribing college coaches and school officials to accept student as a college ...

Tips for scholarships

Emme Longman, MVC Editor-in-Chief

December 21, 2018

Senior year is a blast until you realize there is so much to get done. Scholarship deadlines sneak up on you, and they come up at the least convenient time. Once you think you are in the clear after applying for college, you realize that is just half the work. Scholarships might not be the most talked ab...

Post-college application: the college interview

Joan Lee, MVC Features and Reviews Editor

November 27, 2018

A college interview is a way for students applying to colleges to learn about the specific college(s) they apply to. Through these interviews, one can meet someone who represents the college. Accepting a college interview can show a student’s interest in the college. In addition, one can begin a re...

Inside scoop on college tours

College campus

Emme Longman, MVC Editor-in-Chief

November 16, 2018

Over break, I went on three college tours: Purdue, Butler, and Trine. I learned many things while visiting these colleges. For example, you must keep an open mind when on them; it is really easy to judge the college immediately just for the way it looks or remembering the bad things that you’ve he...

The Common Application Walkthrough

Joan Lee, MVC Features and Reviews Editor

November 7, 2018

The Common Application is a free application method for applying to colleges with only one application. In the past, each individual college had their own college application. Now, more than 800 colleges and universities in 20 countries use the Common App, which means that many students may only nee...

College in Canada

Emma Clifton, MVC Staff Reporter

December 12, 2017

As fall rolls to a close and the first hint of winter chill settles in the air, seniors everywhere are tucking college acceptance letters into frames, pouring over materials with a watchful eye, and freaking out about tuition. For international students, the stakes are higher and the cost lower. ...