The Crouch quadruplets can now add Good Morning America to their growing list of media appearances.
Kenny, Ray, Martina and Carol Crouch ’14 — who have already made the front page of The New York Times and appeared on CNN — sat down with GMA host George Stephanopoulos on Tuesday morning to discuss the college application process and why they decided to matriculate to Yale.
“We just kept screaming and screaming — I think our neighbors were pretty disturbed,” Carol Crouch recalled of the moment when the Danbury, Conn., siblings realized all four had been accepted to Yale.
The Crouches explained that while they were not initially eager to be headed to same college, their experience at Bulldog Days in April showed that they could retain their individuality while at Yale.
Indeed, the quadruplets see each other as very different individuals: When asked by Stephanopoulos to describe one another, they said Kenny is the “mastermind” of the group, Ray is the “renaissance man,” Carol is the “spokesperson” and Martina is the “deep and nurturing soul.”
Click here to watch video of the Crouches’ GMA appearance.