by Kiley Thompson, Vice President, Marketing Unless you’ve been hiding under a social media rock for the last year, you’ve probably heard that the much-beloved TV show “Gilmore Girls” is returning for a 4-episode revival on Netflix in November 2016. As long-time superfans of this show, we couldn’t be happier! But as college admissions experts, the binge-watch we’re doing right now ahead of the...
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