Happy April! 

Hello and welcome to the seventh edition of the UniGlo Newsletter! It's Am, your Director of Internal Affairs. I've decided to take a more narrative approach to the newsletter this month, and hope you enjoy and/or find something useful as always.
Now that most results are out (congratulations!), you're probably in the midst of choosing that one, special place to call home for the next couple of years. I personally had a difficult time deciding, and felt more lost than I actually did than during any other part of my college application process (it seemed like everyone thought things were over once results were in, and I found it hard to devote my time and energy to much else than the impending doom of IB exams).

In the hopes of alleviating similar struggles for you, I wrote a blog post about how I ended up committing to Vassar (a decision I am incredibly happy with), and Mimi, our Director of Communications, put together a list of things you can do to help narrow down your choices.
And as always, here's our most recent episode of globeChang(e), followed by our monthly recommendation of resources.
Empower Yourself
Tools, resources, and bits we love
Stay productive with Notion—an all-in-one workspace for your notes, tasks, write-ups, ideas, and more.
I've just started using it this month and it has simplified my life management systems a ton. It's efficient (the keyboard shortcuts are awesome), has a beautiful, minimal interface, and syncs across all your devices (there are desktop and mobile versions of the app!). I've found it to be especially awesome for putting my lists in one place.
Take a break with Brad from Bon Appetit's It's Alive. In this episode, learn how to make focaccia (or at least learn about how divinely doughy focaccia looks before it's baked!). As the video proves (no pun intended), remember: you can never have too much olive oil.
We hope you had a wonderful Songkran and Songkran break—we sure are missing the warmth and water fights. We wish seniors all the best with their decisions, and juniors positivity, regardless of where they may currently be in the college application journey. We'll have some exciting news coming soon (did someone say Student Conference 2019? Hm...), so keep on the lookout!
 And that's it! 

We hope you found something inspiring, motivating, and/or useful. Thanks for reading, and let me know how you found this newsletter.

You have our support—always.
-Am, on behalf of the UniGlo Team
Also, ICYMI, some of us wrote blog posts about our experiences with receiving acceptances/rejections last month. Check them out:

Mimi (BPS '17, CMC '21) | 
Ja (NIST '18, Berkeley '22)
Dini (NIST 18, CMC '22) | Am (NIST '18 | Vassar '22)
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