Dear Ana…


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  1. Anonymous

    I am not sure what I should do in terms of preparing for college. Everything after Covid basically shut down, so I don’t have any extracurricular activities. I’m honestly confused of what I want to do, what to study when I go to college, or how to figure out anything about me. What made you know who you are?

  2. JS

    I have too much homework.
    My girlfriend is not helping me at all…
    Academics vs Love….

  3. sysadmin

    As of July 27th, a total of twenty two questions/concerns were submitted to “Dear Ana,” and all of them were thoughtfully replied in private. Thank you so much for your willingness and courage to share your thoughts. The Parkman Post will continue to be your companion the upcoming school year as well. 🙂

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