Okay, so I'm going to be a senior in high school and it's time to start thinking about college. My interests are astronomy/astrophysics, particle/ quantum physics, and nuclear physics. This is cool and all, but I can't decided on which one or combonation of them to major in. I have a love for all of them. I love astronomy, but at the same time I think it would be really cool to work on string theory etc... I can't decided on which major/majors. However, I have narrowed down my school choices. The schools I am considering are: Rice U, U of Arizona, U of Texas at Austin, Brown U, and Cornell U. I was wondering if any of you can lead me on the right path as to which school has the most well rounded program, and which one is the best in each individual discipline. I realize that most of these schools are ridiculously expensive, thus if I don't get the scholarships I would like, I will go to the most convenient one. Thanks in advance.