I’m just getting started here on Vocal and I was checking out some of the writers. I came across an article by AUTUMN GRAVES titled, I Wish More of My Teachers Had Said "I Don't Know”.
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Corona has devastated the entire world. But in the class most troubled by this devastation are the students with raw minds. School students, especially from urban areas, are getting caught up in private schools making the crisis an opportunity.
We all have an aspiration to attain a certain goal or level. Yes, that’s true, at some point in our life, we do have that motivation and we work hard for it. Be it a dream college, job, or even a dream physique or any quality. Most often purely based on our hard work and a little bit of luck, we do achieve our goals with flying colors. What if we fail to do so?
I have a confession to make.
It wasn’t long after I retired that a teacher friend, called to ask if I would substitute for him. My exact words announced my reception to the idea, “I would rather crawl through glass naked.”
College can be a really stressful time for may people. For those just starting to go through it for the first time it can almost seem an impossible.
Your first cry at university is like a rite of passage. It is an inevitable occurrence that sets you up for a minimum of 3 years of crying in various locations. I was a particularly mobile crier in first year and I am proud to say I ticked off various key locations. From my dorm room to the toilets of grotty night club, I have shed many tears that mark some of my most memorable moments of first year.