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I was able to treat school like a job and still have a life outside of academia. It just so happened that one of my professors suggested that I apply to Princeton.
I found myself typing 'I'm lonely' into Google this evening and am wondering if I've finally lost it. I feel that throughout all my life I've been used, hated, and pushed away from.
I'm typing and constantly stopping to wipe tears away.. It all starts from when I was finishing the second grade.
I said, “No way, I’m not doing that to myself.” I felt that if I went to Princeton, I’d be hammering a nail in the coffin of my social life. Sometimes I went to the local Wal-Mart just so I could see regular black people.
But when I found out about Princeton’s resources, I said, “Why not? The One-Body Problem: More Stories From Single Scholars Abbe Depretis: 'I Have to Remember to Put on My Dating Hat' Brian Clardy: 'Women Think They're Going to Be Out of My League' Hollis Griffin: 'I Decided to Commute for Love' I met someone on during my second year. We fell in love, but as I was going through my grueling qualifying exam process, he couldn’t handle it.