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" YOUTH IS WHOLLY EXFERIMEHTAL " —ROBERT LOUIS STEVEHSOri— OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD THIS IS NEVER GONNA WORK I WANNA TRANSFER It ' s too big. There are too many people. I can ' t see anyone I know. I can ' t even see the room numbers. Everybody just pushes . . . One hundreds here . . . Two hundreds ... I don ' t see any two hundreds?!? OH MY GOD OH MY GOD THIS ISN ' T GONNA WORK I WANNA . . . Stairs Second floor. Two hundreds. Oh, okay. Now if I can just get there without falling . . . Made it. No problem. Who says getting around this place is hard. Hi Sheila! Okay how ' re you doin ' ? Great! Well, I ' ve got G ym next. Room 303 . . . Three? Third floor? We don ' t HAVE a third floor. Do we? OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD . . .
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" LET EARLY EDUCATION BE A SORT OF AMUSEMEFIT, YOU WILL TMEFi BE BETTER ABLE TO FlfiD OUT THE HATURAL BEHT. " -FLATO- The myth. The mystery. The senior. There ' s no more prized position to the high school teen than the megastatus of the senior. For the most part, the " lower life forms " have a right to be jealous; se- niors drive, seniors are " Big Man on cam- pus " and " Homecoming Queen " . and, most importantly, seniors are getting out. Hot Just leaving school a month early, that ' s a mere thirty days, but getting out, period. For seniors, high school is over. Ho longer will they need permission to go to the bathroom or bring in a note for being absent. Unfortunately for the senior, there is anoth- er side to this that the underclassmen don ' t see. Seniors may be leaving, but what to? Ho junior has to fill out his name, address, and field of academic Interest eighty times in one night. It is highly un- likely to meet a sophomore who spends his free time trying to figure out how many reading comprehension questions he can skip and still get a 600 on the SAT. Like getting out in May, these activities are re- served exclusively for seniors. Poised on the edge of the greatest freedom they will probably have in their lives, seniors are also confronted with the great task of trying to plan their lives and succeed with this plan. Being a senior means having the greatest — the greatest pleasure, and the greatest pressure.
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