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me, existing | MIT Admissions [Video]

Last Thursday night, I was walking back from Simmons after making dinner at Pika for the first time. It was kind of cold, and I was tired, and I’d had a really long day, but with every step I took, I felt my heart soaring.

I’ve suddenly found myself busier than ever. In the past two weeks:

  • I got a UROP!
    • I attended a mixer organized by the MIT Biotech Group and the UROP office and went in without many expectations, because to be honest, I’d been feeling weird about UROPing at all.
    • I didn’t do anything along those lines last year—I didn’t send out a single cold email or fill out a single application. Hell, I didn’t even have a resume until a month ago. Whenever I thought about career stuff, I would freeze up entirely—so I ignored it as much as I could. Which was hard, because it felt like all my friends …
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Shirley Jackson's short story "The Lottery" is More Relevant than ever in Our Time of Human Sacrifice at the Altars of Jewish Supremacism, Negrolatry, and Globo-Homo [Video]

There is a short story called “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson(published in 1948) that was assigned in both high school and college. The story begins with what seems like just another community gathering in a small town. All the families are there. Old folks, parents, and children. And village leaders and the like. Everything seems […]