- The Wade quadruplet brothers have moved in at Yale University
- They were invited to a total of 59 colleges combined
- They will all be in the same campus
The US quadruplet brothers who made headlines recently for being invited to a total of 59 colleges have moved in at Yale University.
Nick, Aaron, Nigel and Zachary Wade moved into the Ivy League university in Connecticut on Friday, August 25.
The brothers graduated from Lekota East High School in Ohio last year. Two of them interned in New York while the other two worked in Ohio.
In an interview, they said they are excited to start college together knowing they are just 10 minutes away from each other.
Aaron said: "Ultimately, I'm looking forward to beginning this new chapter of my life with my brothers at my side."
Nick aspires to be a diplomat, Aaron a computer scientist, Nigel a neuroscientist and Zachary a chemical engineer.
Although they have been assigned to different residential colleges, they will be in the same campus.
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