TRIPE contest ends soon. $1000 first place prize.

Tripe Contest ends Dec 13, 2019
Road Rage Reduction

If you registered here, then you are a contestant! For all who entered this contest, I hope you have carved out a few minutes to try it.You need to submit something to by Dec 13.

Your submission can be a text description of what you did. Anything.. It won’t be published, it won’t be announced, just read by our judges. Whatever you did, however far you got, please send an email.

Remember, there is one $1000 first place winner and ten $100 runners up.

Aside: There are 150 good colleges that don’t require SAT/ACT scores. Instead they want to know what extra curricular activities you did.

(know of any?)

And welcome “your name here” to the Harvard Class of 2027…

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