I will instruct you and teach you in the way you
should go; I will guide you with My eye.
Today after much travail I got my WPI card. I am now Kathleen
Ferguson, Student. Hopefully by the time I leave people won’t be able
to say of me, “Nobody thought she’d get anywhere; we weren’t even
convinced she could integrate e to the x.”
As a WPI student once told me: “You don’t need to be the Kwisatz
Haderach to survive WPI. But it helps.” I am now putting my hand into
the black box…
– KF –
Amendment: Above I quote John (Fuffle B) Hajeski, WPI Class of 2005
2 thoughts on “If an ID Card Makes it Official…”
Yeah, thanks for the anonymity. Well, too late cause I just broke it. I’ve since found that being like Sting, wearing those stylish blue rocket pants, is good and well enough.
Better not integrating e^x than being like Ian in MA2051, who was (rightfully) convinced you could not integrate e^(-x^2).
Boy that sure brings back memories.
Painful memories that I paid a therapist thousands of dollars to remove.