I just opened my first ever adult cell phone bill.
And I died a little bit inside. Whose great idea was it to let me think I was capable of paying for an adult lifestyle? 211 more words
It was more than just an average day. I was in London’s with my sister, wrapping up a 2 week long vacation through some of the Balkan countries, looking forward (for once) to going to Milan, partly because I was excited about sleeping on my own bed after days of creaky hostel dorms, and partly because my graduation ceremony was the next day- the culmination of my year abroad. 591 more words
It is funny to think that this time last year I was studying for exams in classes such as Ecology, Education Theory, and Museum Programming and now I am sitting on my balcony in the Dominican Republic relaxing because I have completed all of the requirements for graduation. 276 more words
Only 14 states in the U.S. currently permit tough computer science courses to count toward graduation requirements for math and science. Meanwhile, some surveys say that 570,000 jobs are going unfilled in computing — and that the demand for software engineers is four times higher than the national average. 335 more words