Princeton Day School, the prestigious Ivy League prep school in New Jersey, has produced yet another well-deserving academia whiz-kid.  Meet Ziad Ahmed, the eighteen-year old virtuoso who painstakingly penned #BlackLivesMatter one hundred times on his Stanford application. And was accepted.

“My unapologetic progressivism is a central part of my identity, and I wanted that to be represented adequately in my application,” Ahmed said.

Oh, it was adequate, dear Ziad.  Mic has published a gushing complimentary article right here for additional scholarly news.  Just think of the time save, oh studious ones, if you just put down the books and pick up a protest sign and be like Ziad.

Sarah Cowgill

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Sarah has been a writer in the political and corporate worlds for over 25 years. As a sought-after speech writer, her clients included CEO's, U.S. Senators, Congressmen, Governors, and even a Vice President. She’s worked as Contributing Editor at Scottsdale Life, a news reporter for the Journal and Courier, and guest opinion political writer for numerous publications nationwide. A born storyteller, Sarah has published a full-length book and is currently finishing a quirky, sarcastic, second novel.

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