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This UBS trip was a great trip! I had a great time while learning many things about college entrance requirements, The colleges we visited, and some of the sites we visited! On this trip I met and made new friends with bonds that will last a life time. My favorite college was Princeton University, The campus seemed live and very prestigious. The tour of Princeton was very crowded but when we split into groups our tour guides gave an excellent tour and I believe it was one of the best campuses. Princeton was welcoming and had requirements that only the best of the best could meet. I would be honored to be accepted into such a prestigous University and I was honored to have walked Princeton's campus! The first stop we made was to Falling Water - Somerset, PA.

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Falling Water was an excellent stop on the way to Our first college. It was an exciting experience for all the students, I believe, and gave us time to break the ice with each other and get a little loose before our college tours.

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Ahhhh! The bus. The bus was one of the best times of leisure time on the trip. We played games, talked, joked around, watched movies and site saw out of our windows on the bus ride! And when the bus ride got boring we woke everyone up with singing and dancing! This was the funest bus ride i have ever taken and sets high standards for the next UBS trip which I hope will be even better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
MyUBS College Trip Experience

This UBS trip was a great trip! I had a great time while learning many things about college entrance requirements, The colleges we visited, and some of the sites we visited! On this trip I met and made new friends with bonds that will last a life time. My favorite college was Princeton University, The campus seemed live and very prestigious. The tour of Princeton was very crowded but when we split into groups our tour guides gave an excellent tour and I believe it was one of the best campuses. Princeton was welcoming and had requirements that only the best of the best could meet. I would be honored to be accepted into such a prestigious University and I was honored to have walked Princeton's campus! The first stop we made was to Falling Water - Somerset, PA. Falling Water was an excellent stop on the way to Our first college. It was an exciting experience for all the students I believe and gave us time to break the ice with each other and get a little loose before our college tours. While at falling water we visited The Kaufman Residence which is a house designed by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, 50 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. The home was built partly over a waterfall on Bear Run in the Mill Run section of Stewart Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, in the Laurel Highlands of Allegheny mountains. The bus was one of the best times of leisure time on the trip. We played games, talked, joked around, watched movies and site saw out of our windows on the bus ride! And when the bus ride got boring we woke everyone up with singing and dancing! The bus gave everyone time to bond and get to know each other and create bonds and friendships and really just have a lot of fun!
On The College Trip I made many new friends and built up old friendships. These friendships will truly stay with me for the rest of my life. Some fun activities that we did that I truly enjoyed was going bowling, movie and game night and just spending time with people I really enjoyed being around. While On the college tour we got to see true college life from college cafeterias and the excellent buffets to watching actual classes and meeting numerous college students and faculty. While in Washington we visited numerous monuments and also visited the Georgetown campus and got to meet a few professors, and while we were on the georgetown campus we had a chance to see the president come and for a speech and was even recognized on the news thanks to Antonio rutker and other students. Another place we visited was Rutgers.