All’s fair at the 2023 college fair

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Over 100 colleges visited campus Thursday Oct. 12 for the annual College Fair to allow students to ask questions about various colleges and gain a better understanding of where they would like to apply. (Photo/Shreya Shanmugam)

Associate Director of the Southeast Regional Office of Undergraduate Admission at Valparaiso University Brendan Nabozny waits to answer questions about the small private campus in Indiana. Affectionately referred to as “Valpo,” their 350-acre campus is only an hour away from Chicago and offers over 50 study-abroad programs. (Photo/Shreya Shanmugam)

Associate Director at Case Western Reserve University Ernia Nae Sims tells students about the variety of opportunities the university offers. As a top-ranked research university, Case Western Reserve allows students of all majors to participate in undergraduate research. (Photo/Shreya Shanmugam)

Bryant University Representative Stephanie Marie Hospodar answers students’ questions about the culture and academic programs in the school. Hospodar explained how the college requires students who take a business major to minor in a non-business subject and vice versa. Bryant University is a small private college in R.I, which offers over 100 courses of study and study abroad opportunities. (Photo/Shreya Shanmugam)

Sacred Heart University representative Kim Parrett, discusses  the various opportunities available at the private Roman Catholic university’s campus. The college offers over 80 undergraduate programs and recognized community service programs. (Photo/Shreya Shanmugam)

Wheaton Massachusetts College Representative Majay Charley represents a college located in Norton, Massachusetts offering 47 majors with around 20% of students pursuing two majors. (Photo/Shreya Shanmugam)

Seniors Taeyoung Kim, Charlotte Wu and Gabriella Ciotti attended college fair to learn more about their top colleges. “It was a great experience and I learned more about several colleges such as Duke University’s study abroad programs,” Wu said. (Photo/Shreya Shanmugam)

Senior Jacob Federici stands near Bryant University as he walks around the college fair, talking to representatives about their respective colleges. “I really loved learning about all the different colleges in the Boston area, my dream city,” Federici said. (Photo/Shreya Shanmugam)

Shreya is a senior here at American Heritage. Apart from Newspaper, she participates in clubs and extracurriculars such as Key Club, Model UN, YIS, HOSA, PBS and AASA. She loves writing, listening to music, watching TV shows and editing videos. She has been dancing for almost all her life and has a love for business and computer science. She plans on channeling these interests into her future career and exploring them further throughout high school. When she am not reading or rewatching Netflix shows, she is riding her bike or swimming in the pool.