name your favorite books, authors, films, and/or musical artists. (300 characters)
Crime and Punishment- breaking conventional stereotypes
The Grapes of Wrath- hope in humanity despite struggle and disillusionment
C.S. Lewis and the Chronicles of Narnia
Apollo 13- true film of a NASA mission that developed severe problems, and of the men that rescued it with faith, skill, and dedication.
What newspapers, magazines, and/or websites do you enjoy? (300)
Facebook- to build connections that last for a lifetime
Youtube- a vehicle to express individual creativity
Virtual Stock Exchange- practice investing in real-time environments
Role playing games (MMORPG's)- to relax and escape from reality once in awhile; fuels the imaginationInstead of listing off every title I could think of, I decided to list a few and try to say its importance to me. While being honest. But the way I did it, it just doesn't seem professional to me, and acceptable for a college application. Is it just me, or is there another way I should do this?
I would love to put it in sentence form but I can't think of a way to "glue" all these random parts together.
The prompt doesn't give a required form but i want it to sound acceptable (ivy league level).