Change Becomes You
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Change Becomes You

My Graduation Weekend

I didn’t graduate, but I did vomit all over myself.

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By Anthony N. White

I should have graduated college in 2004, but I didn’t.

Of course, I should have done a lot of things that I didn’t. I had a good reason though. I was busy trying to be Jack Kerouac. I ended up being a waiter in Syracuse New York. But I was out there, trying…

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