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ome Said,
February 3rd, 2011 @11:06 am  

Could be that you’re just ready to move forward and don’t have the time or desire to look back right now.. too much ahead of you. I have a feeling that in five years, the years you spent at the University will mean more to you than at the present.

knicname Said,
February 3rd, 2011 @11:54 am  

I think it has something to do with the formative years you you spend when you’re in college. You are really creating yourself anew, separate from your immediate family. This is very important. You are being accepted for YOU & you can decide to try new things. It is a time of experimentation.
For your PhD you are more goal focused rather than in the moment.

Congrats on your PhD.

zenli Said,
February 3rd, 2011 @12:51 pm  

i don’t either… i have three degrees and i barely have interest with my first school, forget the other two… its ok and i’m ok with it… i don’t share the feelings of rivalry between schools that many students share either.

its a school, not a club. life is bigger than school…

also, i think the rivalry, alma mater thing is a primitive brain function that leaves people feeling that they have to belong to a group to feel important or accepted…

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