The IT graduation section has a nicely written editorial I thought I'd share.
Leaving college: does that mean I have to grow up? - Life & Style | Trends, Tips, News & Advice | The Irish Times - Sat, May 25, 2013
Sums it up for me - thats why I stayed in college so long.They say college provides the best years of your life, and what every student fears most is that it’s true. The world warns us to enjoy ourselves while we can, because it’s all downhill from here. Jobhunting, terrible accommodation and beans on toast will be the highlights of your existence once you have your degree.
I'd love if someone set this to music, like the Baz Luhrmann sunscreen song.The good news is that you don’t ever have to become an adult. Because what we grow up believing adults to be is just a fantasy, a fairy tale. We believe throughout our childhood and adolescence the myths that adults are confident, are in control, know what they are doing, pay all their bills on time and enjoy eating vegetables.
These people don’t exist. Adults are just you and your friends but more tired. The guy who drank so much he fell through your coffee table will be a solicitor with a wife and 2.5 children one day. He’ll still be the same idiot you knew. He’ll just get better at hiding it.
Baz Luhrmann - Everybody's Free To Wear Sunscreen - YouTube