Like many of my fellow juniors in high school across the country, I have officially begun the college fateful process. It’s very daunting and mildly depressing. It involves asking yourself a lot of big and scary questions like, “Can I successfully live here for four years of my life? Does this school have good food? Are my grades good enough? Am I working hard enough? What if I don’t like the food?” and other existential questions like that. It also can be a bit repetitive as well. A lot of the liberal arts schools that I’ve visited in my Northeastern area have a lot of the same things to say. For example, if I hear another tour guide make the joke that their “football team is undefeated since 1978” (because they haven’t had a team since then), I may throw up a little bit. Also, many of these schools seem to think that they’re very unique in that they have the blue light safety system. I’m afraid that you’re not special in that sense. You all have blue lights so give yourselves a pat on the back and have a gold star.