Views from the Ravens' Nest

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Mike Manning is a junior Elementary Education major at Rosemont. He lives in East Brunswick New Jersey and graduated from East Brunswick High School. He plays on the men's lacrosse team, is a Raven Peer Leader, a student ambassador, and president of the Rosemont Student Athlete Advisory committee. His advice for new students: try everything at least once and be open to new things. You're going to experience a lot during the first few months and you don't want miss out because you're nervous to try new things.

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Emily Javitt is a freshman Elementary Education major at Rosemont. She attended York Catholic High School in York, PA. She is on the women's tennis team, is interested in student government, French club, and the yearbook staff. She has had a lifelong obsession with elephants and has three beautiful younger sisters. Her advice for prospective students: always be yourself; the right school will be interested in you.

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Ali Perotti is a senior pursuing a dual-degree in English and Publishing. She is from Upper Darby and graduated from Upper Darby High School. She is editor-in-chief of Rosemont's student newspaper, The Rambler, is a student ambassador and volunteers for the Adopt-a-Sis program. Her advice for new students: don't be shy - join clubs on campus and explore off campus as well. Take advantage of all the opportunities that come with attending a small school. Talk to your professors outside of class; they are incredibly knowledgeable and helpful.

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Angelo Lamberto is a junior History and Political Science double major at Rosemont. Angelo graduated from Moorestown High School in 2011, living in Moorestown for most of his life. At Rosemont, Angelo played on the lacrosse team, has been involved in Campus Ministry, and is a student ambassador. Angelo was a Peer Mentor and is a Resident Assistant for 2013-14. This past year, he was elected the first male to hold the office of Executive Board President in the Student Government Association. His advice for new students: your college experience is what you make it. Find things you love doing and pursue them.

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