An Angelo's Addict

December 17th, 2012 at 7:21 PM ^

I miss college far too much. Kinda hated every year people telling me to enjoy my time at michigan cause it's all downhill after, not entirely true but having no responsibilities and drinking and partying as much as possible certainly has its perks. enjoy ur time at the best university in the world!


December 17th, 2012 at 8:40 PM ^

I still remember the date in the header of the letter of acceptance. I received it a few days after that  (perhaps the advantage of living in neighboring Saline) - it was the fall of my senior year of high school. My immediate reaction, when I opened it standing at the foot of the driveway on a breezy 40-degree day, was to literally run a victory lap around the cul-de-sac, then tell my parents. My mother, a fellow alum, decided that this  called for a celebratory dinner, so we went to Cottage Inn. 

Congratulations to the newest Wolverines. 

JR's Flow

December 17th, 2012 at 9:16 PM ^

Got a little sad when I watched that. I was one of the deferred kids. Michigan has meant to me so much since the day I was born at Mott back in '95. Damn, I love this place.


December 17th, 2012 at 9:37 PM ^

I got deferred as well, and I have not been able to handle myself.  I have the stats to get me in, however the competition of the applicant pool is ridiculous.  If only they had interviews in the application process... then I'd be a shoe-in.  I cannot imagine going anywhere else and would literally do anything for admittance.  I love Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan SO much, but I also know that I cannot become a wal-mart wolverine.  It is a very stressful time, please pray for me and hope the admissions representatives decide to let me in to the greatest university in the world.


December 18th, 2012 at 2:30 AM ^

I still have my acceptance letter in my inbox. 10-22-09 t'was a great day.

I even got another acceptance letter when I transfered out of engineering into LS&A, but that one was a mistake. Doesn't matter, still kept it.

Half Blood Dut…

December 18th, 2012 at 8:27 AM ^

I wish I tried harder in high school. BUT it would be waste, since I still don't know a career I want to go into.

I learned that GRCC was once considered a feeder school to UofM, that's why their colors are also maize and blue.