This piece is written by Mark Morford - his sister just graduated top of her ND class at Bastyr University. Soon, in 11 months, I will be finally graduating from Bastyr as an ND as well - so what Mark writes below is an inspiration. Thank you, Mark.
Mark attended the graduation ceremony and from reading his column, I gather he was quite impressed. Enjoy the column:
My college graduation ceremony sent roughly 300 sunbaked, slightly baffled, exasperatingly verbose, Shakespeare-drunk UC Berkeley English grads out into the world without the slightest clue as to what the hell they were going to do with their lives.
Most, I imagine, became teachers. Or maybe attorneys, for which I hereby apologize. A few became authors. Many found no immediate work being brilliant Milton-quoting wits at celebrity parties and hence promptly moved right back in with their parents. They went on not to figure out their lives until they were roughly 37 years old, at which point they realized they'd been manag...
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