Our current system places more value on GPA than the overall experience of learning.
Jokes about what percentage of your blood is actually comprised of coffee are surprisingly accurate in a very unhealthy manner.
The problem with jokes about dropping out is that they tend to disregard the real goal behind our presence here at Notre Dame, which surprisingly, is not to pass every test put in front of us.
It’s actually to get an education, a privilege that a lot of us fail to see in the darkness after a particularly brutal exam.
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