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Hello everyone! My name is Charlie and I am excited to announce that I am a part of the Duke class of 2025. I am super excited about next fall, especially the FOCUS programs and the writing 101 classes that all Trinity undergrads take. The writing 101 class is basically a writing course, but each class is assigned a topic that varies from Love in Medieval Europe to Capitalism vs. the Climate. Currently, I am planning on majoring in neuroscience, and it helped that I had an idea for my major when writing my “Why Duke?” supplemental. Lee was able to help me choose schools that were right for me and guide me through the application process. What really meant a lot to me was how she supported my dreams and goals but gave me current statistics and facts to help me decide. I am so glad that I have ended up as a member of the Duke University Class of 2025, I know it is where I am meant to be!

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