Sell your soul to credit card demons

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“Hey little girl, do you want some candy?”
If that gives you the creepy crawlies it ought to. It sure as hell sent shivers down my spine as I sauntered along Jorgenson Hall of Shame recently to witness Mephistopheles hawking his deals with the devil — credit cards.

Respect gained

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I began to wonder what the hell I was doing on a yellow school bus at 6:30 on a Saturday morning. I had forsaken any plans of going out the previous night so I could arrive at six sharp. Now I was sitting with my knees digging into the seat in front of me.

Before the firing squad

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It is said that the toughest judgment of your performance is done by your peers, your equals. If so, Claude Lajeunesse, our school’s president, is facing a firing squad.

Level the paying field

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Students, faculty, administration. The school, as an entity, is made up of these three parts — a triumvirate, if you will. In theory, the machinery of education only functions if all three parts work in equal momentum.