There are no shortcuts to leading a remarkable life
Leading a remarkable life is hard work. However, leading an unremarkable life is also hard work. We live in a society where we convince young people that they must play the hyper-competitive game of schooling and extracurriculars in order to one day get into top colleges, so they can play the game again in college... 
What does Abrome mean?
Abrome is a play on the term Borromean rings which in mathematics consist of three interlocking rings; however, no two rings are interlocked. Borromean rings therefore form the simplest example of a Brunnian link. Borromean rings serve as a simple reminder of the beauty of how Learners can take their interests and... 
College admissions is not a meritocracy; it is a game
College admissions is not a meritocracy, it is a game. Those who know how to play the game began years ago. They have donated consistently and substantially to their alma maters, they have provided their children with ample opportunities to stand out in the admissions game through their experiences, they have provided... 
Abrome Learners are set up for Success in their Careers
A societal by-product of compulsory schooling has been the extension of childhood up to and beyond the age of 18; young people have been segregated from society and have been largely stripped of responsibility. Before the age of 18, young people have limited freedoms in buying and owning certain goods or assets, consenting... 
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