Malia Obama to attend Harvard in 2017 after a ‘gap year’

4 years ago by: Opeyemi Oladipupo
-- (m) at 2-05-2016 12:16AM

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President Obama’s eldest
daughter, Malia, has made
a decision about where she
will attend college. And she
has chosen Harvard
University. Malia, who is due to
graduate from high school
next month, will enter
Harvard in the fall of 2017,
the White House said
Sunday. She will take a “gap year” before beginning
her freshman year at the
Cambridge, Mass., school,
the Obamas said. Malia had visited at least a
dozen elite public and
private colleges, including
Columbia (where President
Obama earned his
bachelor’s degree), Princeton (where first lady
Michelle Obama earned
hers), Brown, Yale, the
University of Pennsylvania,
New York University,
Stanford, Tufts, Berkeley, Barnard and Wesleyan. Both Michelle and Barack
Obama are graduates of
Harvard Law School,
Michelle in 1988 and
Barack in 1991. As an
undergrad, President Obama attended
Occidental College before
transferring to Columbia,
where he graduated in
1983.


-- Eazyatumeyi (m) at 2-05-2016 01:38AM
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Good one
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-- CHRISETTE (f) at 2-05-2016 08:05AM
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-- yawa_don_gas (m) at 30-05-2016 03:43AM
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