Dear Life: June 29, 2011

Dear Life:

Wouldn’t it be nice if the library was open past 5 during the summer? You know, for those of us that are trying to complete our degrees and get the hell out of here?

On top of that, spirited Golden Hawks have torn off the signs that indicate what floor you are on in the stairwell, but those weren’t really that important, so why replace them?

And why have a working website? It is not possible to “Get it! At Laurier!” no matter how many exclamation marks are applied. It’s a damn good thing Google Scholar and Books are there to bail out this university’s failures. I’ll be sending my tuition cheques to them from now on.

Sincerely,

Trying to learn something at this “institution of higher learning”

Dear Life:

Adele needs to release a new single, if only because I’m sick of hearing “Rolling In The Deep” everywhere I fucking go.

Sincerely,

Your Talent Is Eclipsed by How Irritating You Are

Dear Life:

What the hell, Canada Post would go on strike the one time a year I decide to order something off of eBay. Why couldn’t they use courier?

Sincerely,

I need my fucking power cord

Dear Life:

Thanks for not offering the courses I need to graduate. Thanks again to both of my departments for not even answering any of my e-mails prior to registration night.

It’s good to know that in the four years I’ve attended Laurier, that not once has this course been offered, and a substitute has not been made available.

I’m so thrilled to know that I can take any array of communication studies crap but the one I actually need seems to be irrelevant to the registrars office.

Sincerely,

Shoulda gone to U of T.

Dear Life:
Thanks to the Ontario Government for dumping cash into the business and math ‘buildings’, thereby making my arts degree even more insignificant.

I’ll have you know that more arts majors end up graduating with critical thinking skills necessary to succeed in entrepreneurship and professional degrees, and by shifting our focus from an arts school to a business school, we just look less like a decent arts school and more like a crappy business school.

Sincerely,

Change it from SBE to SAD.

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