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It was the best of times it was the worst of times it was the age of wisdom it was the age of foolishness it was the epoch of belief it was the epoch of incredulity it was the season of Light it was the season of Darkness it was the spring of hope it was the winter of despair we had everything before us we had nothing before us Dickens 1 we are all going direct towards our future On the surface this quotation from A Tale of Two Cities sounds almost like an alumnis reflection of their lives during their years in college This passage seems to create a sense of sweeping possibility A Tale This passage seems to describe the sweeping possibilities of college As children we hear our older siblings talk about the endless freedom granted to them in college The partying and the liberty to plan their day without hindrance from parents telling them to finish their homework or clean up their room The best of all being able to roam for endless hours without curfew and just plainly to do what their hearts desired In the News however we hear just as often another life lost another soul belonging to a college student who couldnt take the pressure of the lives theyre livingthe worst of times As we head out to college we are at an age where we are no longer children Here we obtain the first of our wisdoms Here we learn the skills we will need for the rest of our lives Here could also be the time where we wreck the rest of our lives with perhaps as simply as dozing off during classes I want to be one who can learn those skills that I will rely on for perhaps the rest of my life And to do so admitting to a suitable college may be the first step in achieving such a
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