When you are a mostly-white, middle class, twenty-something, American college student, they tell you that the world is yours. Pumped full of my own propaganda, I fully subscribed to the belief that I was not only going to change the world. but that I was destined to change the world. It practically owed me. It did not.
Yes, I worked hard in school. But did that merit special money, special classes, special room and board? Should performing to the standard ever