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April 25, 1988 | LARRY GORDON, Times Education Writer
Sheryl Spain worried that she would not get into Pomona College. "I think admissions officers probably get sick of All-American types like me," said the Palo Alto High School senior who is a varsity basketball player, a pianist and a student government leader. But that was in March.
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April 25, 1988 | LARRY GORDON, Times Education Writer
Sheryl Spain worried that she would not get into Pomona College. "I think admissions officers probably get sick of All-American types like me," said the Palo Alto High School senior who is a varsity basketball player, a pianist and a student government leader. But that was in March.
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April 24, 1988 | LARRY GORDON, Times Education Writer
Let only the eager, thoughtful and reverent enter here. --motto carved on the gate to Pomona College At first glance, Mary Muronaka knew the answer. After all, the recent letter from Pomona College was a thin one and, in the ritual of college admissions, thin envelopes mean rejection. No dormitory information, no scholarship announcement, no party invitations need to be enclosed. Just a note beginning: "I regret to report. . ."
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April 24, 1988 | LARRY GORDON, Times Education Writer
Let only the eager, thoughtful and reverent enter here. --motto carved on the gate to Pomona College At first glance, Mary Muronaka knew the answer. After all, the recent letter from Pomona College was a thin one and, in the ritual of college admissions, thin envelopes mean rejection. No dormitory information, no scholarship announcement, no party invitations need to be enclosed. Just a note beginning: "I regret to report. . ."
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