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If you could only watch one TV show while at college, which would it be? Tell USDish to Win!
If you could only choose one TV show to watch during your entire college career, which one would you choose and why?
Enter To Win By December 21, 2014
Here's How to Enter:
Write a 300-500 word article about which TV show you would choose to watch during college, if you could only choose one. Please include the specific reasons as to why you like the show. Does it make you laugh and help you de-stress? Would you watch it with your roommates? Would it be helpful in your studies? Give us the details.
Post your article on the official USDish Facebook page here.
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Enter To Win By Dec. 21, 2014
Congrats to our Past Winners!
Jeremy Dietrich is currently a senior at Liberty High School in Peoria, Arizona. He is a 4.0 student and was awarded the scholar athlete distinction three times in baseball. He achieved a perfect ACT composite score of 36 and is currently a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist. Jeremy's hobbies include amateur astronomy and playing the jazz guitar. Jeremy plans to major in astrophysics with aspirations of obtaining a doctorate degree. Read his winning essay here.
Katherine, originally from New Jersey but now a resident of Texas, is currently working towards an online MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Tampa. She is married and the proud mother of a 10-year-old son. Read her winning essay here.
Melis graduated from the University of Ottawa in 2011 with a bachelor's in political science and communication and is now studying Digital Communications with a specialization in Multimedia at Houston Community College. Melis' interest of research includes organizational communication and social media. Melis loves traveling, learning about new cultures, trying new foods, Crossfit and dogs. Read her winning essay here.