Suzy Lee Weiss, the sassy high school senior who told off all the universities that rejected her in a controversial Wall Street Journal essay, said Thursday that she was just having some sarcastic.
Controversial: Suzy Lee Weiss, pictured on the Today show, wrote an open letter to colleges that rejected her, saying she believed she did not get in because she was not 'diverse' enough.
Suzy Lee Weiss wrote about how you basically have to do community service to get into a top college (among other things). This is certainly not the case. As writes Dorman in her piece on Suzy Lee Weiss, “Had you put half the focus you did in your Wall Street Journal opinion column into your high school career and college applications, maybe you would have had a fighting chance in the.
On March 30, 2013, Suzy Lee Weiss, a member of the Class of 2013, published an opinion piece entitled “To (All) the Colleges That Rejected Me” in The Wall Street Journal.
Suzy Lee Weiss, a senior at Taylor Allderdice High School in Pennsylvania, was not accepted into any of the Ivy League schools to which she applied. In a way of expressing her anger and confusion, she wrote a letter to the Wall Street Journal titled, “To (All) the Colleges That Rejected Me”, provoking an internet war between those supporting and rejecting her opinions on the college process.
It’s Not Only the Colleges that Weren’t Honest with Suzy Weiss by Seth Mandel Michael Rubin is probably right that.
Suzy Lee Weiss’s piece, “To (All) the Colleges that Rejected Me” I honestly don’t even know where to start with this piece. I watched a t.v. interview of her where she claimed that it was satire and she was trying to make a point, and oh boy, did she.
Do Prospective Students Have to Lie in Essays to Get. April 3, 2013. Share. Blowing up the internet is a Wall Street Journal op-ed by Suzy Lee Weiss,. it smacked this pundit not of satire.
Allderdice High School senior Suzy Lee Weiss wrote an essay about being rejected by top schools like Ivy League institutions, and it continues to be one of the Wall Street Journal's most emailed pieces nearly a week after it was originally published.
Suzy Lee Weiss, a senior from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, is getting quite the attention from the media, teenagers around the country, and ironically colleges. In her letter to the Wall Street Journal entitled “To (All) the Colleges That Rejected Me,” Weiss pens her frustration with the college acceptance process, using sarcasm and satire to speak the.
Read my unconvential Columbia short essays?. This is funnier than Suzy Lee Weiss's College Rejection satirical piece. . I'm amazed that anyone thought the essays were well-written, as satire or not, and would be good to submit. They're sophomoric at best and would be a huge turn-off.
Image source: NBC In her view, Suzy Lee Weiss did everything right. The Pittsburgh high school senior has a 4.5 GPA, scored 2120 on her SATs and worked as a page in the U.S. Senate. Still, she didn't get accepted to any of her top colleges, including Princeton, Yale or the University of Pennsylvania. So she took to the Wall Street Journal to vent.
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