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I wonder if our paths will ever cross again

What’s really weighing me down though is the nostalgia that one can only truly fathom at the doorsteps of graduation. ...


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32 months, 16,000 students, infinite possibilities

Did I miss some sort of collective group consensus that we’re now old enough to start kicking the world’s ass? ...


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Why I came, but not why I stayed

So there you have it — my first, last, best and worst piece in a Pipe Dream issue. It’s been a time, guys, and I will miss you all. ...


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Make your own future

Take education into your own hands. A little grit will carry you far. ...


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How do you tell a person's life story?

I took my work as an obituary writer more seriously than anything else in my life. ...


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Details make the story big

I learned that where you live doesn't really matter; it's the people — the characters — you live with who make college as interesting as any story. ...


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Embrace post-grad uncertainty

Wrestle with the greatest weaknesses of circumstance to lift your soul. ...


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Environmental dilemmas deserve more attention

Individual actions can make a difference but time's running out. ...


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I really hope my mom doesn't read this

I'd swear I'm not a whore but you can judge for yourself. ...


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Everything we weren't taught

Upon graduation, I advise all of us to take a step back, to ground ourselves and to realize that the depths of this universe go beyond our own trials and tribulations. ...