For a CM Renaissance Man, getting good grades and being a stand-out in sports and co-curriculars is just the tip of the iceberg. Time crunches, heavy workloads, and a team player mindset all factor in, but it’s the ability to make students better by simply being who they are that sets this special breed apart.
With 85% of CM grads being accepted into colleges ranked “very competitive” by Barron's the preparation in applying and being accepted into such schools as Harvard, Yale, Boston College, Fairfield, Holy Cross, and UVA comes down to the college counseling department and their unique Beyond CM curriculum.
The 33 Foundation was started by Matt Curran ’98. It helps people with severe spinal injuries get back on their feet in ways that most of us wouldn’t understand. For Curran, though, it makes perfect sense. He’s been there.
Is technology and its flood of information robbing students of this “time” in their lives, or is it enhancing it? How are CM students navigating an age of “always on,” “24-7,” “real-time, anytime” data flow?