Hello! I'm applying to Brown and here are the two drafts that I've written for the supplement questions. I really need help! Thanks, R+R :]!Please tell us more about your interest in Brown: Why does Brown appeal to you as a college option? Who or what has influenced your decision to apply? (1000 Characters Maximum)
One of my favorite poets, William Henley once wrote "I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul." I understand that college is a time of education and preparation for a career. Yet I enter college reflecting Henley's sentiments: it is a time for self-discovery and independence as well.
Brown University, with its spirit of free inquiry and its unique open curriculum, endows students with the responsibility of choosing their own courses, essentially making them "captains" of their education. I do not claim to know what I want to do in the future, but I want to pave my path with my own decisions and choices by taking full advantage of the academic independence offered at Brown. I enter college as a lost ship, and Brown will allow me to take the wheel and navigate my way through the unknown seas.
Characters: 816Why are you drawn to the academic fields you indicated in the Anticipated Degree and Academic Interest questions above? (1000 Characters Maximum)
During the past fifty years, communication has changed drastically with the advent of new technologies such as cell phones and computers, and with innovations like email, online chatting, and texting. Relationships have followed suit: many now interact through online social networks such as Facebook; even dating has been moved to the Internet with websites like eHarmony.
As a sociology enthusiast, nothing could be more exciting than these new forms of communication. Relationships...