NYT columnist, food lover and book author, including Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be: An Antidote to the College Admissions Mania, out now

The College You Go To May Not Matter As Much As You Think

wnyc.org — The College You Go To May Not Matter As Much As You Think This is the time of year when many high school seniors get their college acceptances and rejections. Some may be dejected that they didn't get into their first choice school or a school with a stellar reputation.

The College You Go To May Not Matter As Much As You Think

hereandnow.wbur.org — This is the time of year when many high school seniors get their college acceptances and rejections. Some may be dejected that they didn't get into their first choice school or a school with a stellar reputation.

The Squeeze on Elite Colleges

time.com — Subscriber content preview. or Sign In Determined to get into one of the dozen or so most selective institutions of higher learning in America? I'm sorry to break the news, but your odds have never been worse.

Exploring the Roots of College Admissions Mania

huffingtonpost.com — More than a dozen prominent colleges around the country broke records this year for the number of applicants they enticed. How do I know this? Because in one way or another, they proudly (and sometimes quickly) announced it. Never mind that more applicants mean more people to reject, and that the schools are ginning up desire merely to frustrate it.

5 Ways to Put College Admissions Woes into Perspective from an Expert

mariashriver.com — The coming two weeks are when kids learn whether they've been accepted or rejected by the colleges of their dreams. As I noted in a recent excerpt of my new book in The New York Times, it's a tense and sometimes heartbreaking time, because too many kids and their parents lose sight of important realities.

Accepted to college? Rejected? Relax

old.seattletimes.com — Originally published Monday, March 16, 2015 at 2:04 PM Here we go again. At Harvard, Emory, Bucknell and other schools around the country, there have been record numbers of applicants yearning for an elite degree. They'll get word in the next few weeks. Most will be turned down.

Frank Bruni: "Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be: An Antidote To The College Admissions Mania"

thedianerehmshow.org — Many young people are led to believe the college they attend will determine their future. Author and New York Times columnist Frank Bruni makes an impassioned argument for why that belief is wrong.

‘Frank,’ Barney Frank’s Memoir

nytimes.com — Barney Frank's career in Congress spanned enough time and elevated him to enough prominence that most of the significant American political figures from the last four decades flitted through it, playing some part. And many make cameos, at the least, in his autobiography, "Frank."

How to Survive the College Admissions Madness

nytimes.com — HERE we go again. At Harvard, Emory, Bucknell and other schools around the country, there have been record numbers of applicants yearning for an elite degree. They'll get word in the next few weeks. Most will be turned down. All should hear and heed the stories of Peter Hart and Jenna Leahy.

You Will Be Hearing a Lot More About Marco Rubio

bruni.blogs.nytimes.com — In the media you hear about Scott Walker, Rand Paul, Jeb Bush. But from conservative policy wonks and Republican insiders, you hear a lot right now about Marco Rubio. He hasn't caught fire, not exactly and not yet.
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Mar 27, 2015

This view was from The Skylark on W 39th. Great, fun Manhattan lounge w/ rooftop. pic.twitter.com/vlhUUiRuM9

Mar 27, 2015

Strong column in the Chicago Tribune: Indiana's religious freedom act is a bad law. Here's why. fw.to/gsyzqUP

Mar 26, 2015

RT @ariannahuff: With @DianeSawyer and @FrankBruni at the book party for his fabulous new book, Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be pic.twitter.com/pc6aS5H0Sn

Mar 26, 2015

Rejection/acceptance notices happening now. Perspective is key. Here's my talk with NPR + excerpt from my book, wbur.fm/1BqrGxf

Mar 23, 2015

Fascinating >>> “Religious Freedom” Bills Fail, As More People See What They’re Really About thebea.st/1LNeAFx via @jaymichaelson

Mar 23, 2015

In Fortune, @NinaEaston examines "Where You Go is Not Who You’ll Be: An Antidote to the College Admissions Mania," for.tn/1LBkV6T

Mar 23, 2015

Review: In ‘Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be,’ Frank Bruni Examines College Admissions Mania nyti.ms/1HlvKU2

Mar 21, 2015

RT @EllynBriggs: I'm a high school student going through the mania.. I picked up your book @FrankBruni & it's bringing me to tears. Thank u…

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