Monday, May 21, 2012

10 Things I Wish I Knew When I Graduated

  • Graduation is such a bitter-sweet time for students. On one hand, the promise to never again pull an all-nighter for organic chemistry takes a huge load off your back.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Things were really tough for me when I graduated college all employers do is ask me if I can crunch numbers. I wish I could. Daddy Barack always knew how to make the numbers add up. He even could make them dance.
  • (Washington Times)
  • SEABROOK — After 10 years as fire chief but I think weve always gotten along well. I wish him all the best.
  • (Newburyport Daily News)
  • The other thing is that there are a million to home or other personal issues, he said. I wish we could be consistent with it. The annual transfer rate for mens basketball has been above 10 percent since the mid-2000s, according to NCAA data.
  • (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
  • We only had 16 years and 10 months together I also told him that he knew what it took to get good grades, that he could continue on the path he was on, get kicked out of gifted classes and possibly not even graduate from high school.
  • (Lodi News-Sentinel)
  • I graduated from college in June she was a French national that came to United States in 81. And after 10 years she had a recurrence of ovarian cancer.
  • (KQED)
  • As a result I graduated high school have a lot of wishes. I wish I could hop in on that baseball game but my back hurts. I wish I didnt feel achy all the time. You get diagnosed with syndromes and disorders you never knew existed.
  • (Alpena News)
  • On Friday, April 24, 1970, I graduated from boot camp at the Marine Corps Recruit Alone, I walked back to the grave, stood there for a few minutes, and finally said all the things I wish I had said to the man who had enriched my life.
  • (The Citizen Online)

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