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Regaining a Love Lost I came to college to become someone not something To immerse myself in intellectual thought and to be exposed to new ideas To not only excel and explore my academic curiosities but to become a better person I think college should be more than simply an avenue to a successful career it should be the path to a successful life Unfortunately in my first two weeks at Georgia Tech I discovered that many of my expectations fell drastically short I was immediately classified as a helluva engineer Engineering is something someone does for a living its not who they are Well its not who I am I now see that the reasons why I choose to come here were extremely flawed In those first two weeks I learned a lot about who I am and what I want to become I want to become more than an engineer In fact I dont think I even want to be an engineer This is one of the reasons I want to transfer The University of Michigan I want to explore some of my other interests aside from math and the sciences I cannot even imagine graduating take only a few humanities courses its horrible Even worse is the idea of taking literature classes in which the students only read two books and are required to make a web page this is not fictional this is Georgia Tech The sad thing is that no one who goes here even realizes how horrible and embarrassing this is I suppose I should stop for a moment to note that some people are content in an environment like this Im just not one of them I enjoy reading I enjoy watching the news I enjoy tracking the economic indicators I enjoy discussing religion and politics I wish I had opinionated people to argue with I want the no you are so wrong heres why instead of
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