Thursday, July 28, 2011

Congratulations to the PUSJP Class of 2010

SJP is designed to give students a taste of what life is like at one of the best colleges in the country — students live on campus and eat in one of the university's cafeterias — and to prepare them to apply to top schools. Students meet with Princeton's top professors as well as the school's president and its dean of admissions. Students attend seminars on every aspect of the college admissions process. They also take a practice SAT and attend an SAT class taught by Princeton Review. After students return home, program staff remain in contact with them, assisting them during the college application process and helping them to apply for journalism internships once they are in college.

So ... we are incredibly proud of all of our students for months of hard work and we wish them the best of luck as they embark on their new journey in the coming weeks as members of the Class of 2015 at their respective colleges.   

Tammy Chan - Syracuse (Emma Bowen Foundation Scholar at NBC)
Bianca Dennis - Columbia University
Brenda Duman - Yale University
Carissa Isabel Eclarin - University of Chicago
Elizabeth Gonzalez - Bowdoin College (NAHJ Soledad O'Brien Scholar)
Patricia Gutierrez - Swarthmore College
Shawdae Harrison - John Hopkins
Franklin Lee - Harvard University
Shaiesha Moore - Georgetown University (Gates Millennium Scholar)
Maria Paredes - University of Pennsylvania (Gates Millennium Scholar)
Yared Portillo - Swarthmore (Gates Millennium Scholar)
Antonio Regulier - SUNY Fredonia
Frances Richburg - Boston University
Tonya Riley - Brown University
Tashi Shuler-Drakes - Mount Holyoke
Alfonso Toro - Yale University
Melina Torres - Yale University
Charles Walker - American University
Imani E. Watson - Lake Forest College
Jonathan Wigfall - Syracuse University
Stephanie Zhou - New York University
Reem Abdou (SJP '10) - Swarthmore '14


  1. Swarthmore on there THREE times? Oh yes :)

  2. My sister is LFC '12. It's about 35 minutes from my house. BEST. FOOD. EVER.