ENGRC 3350 Kernel Version

ENGRC 3350 Kernel Version - Kernel Version of Story When...

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Kernel Version of Story When thinking of qualities that underscore what it means to be a student at Cornell University, a prominent story immediately comes to mind: it has even been stated that “Cornell is the only school that you walk up a 45 degree slope in 45 degree weather to score a 45 on an exam.” The phrase, “Cornell is the easiest Ivy League school to get into, but the hardest to come out of” efficaciously summarizes the sentiment of the aforementioned story. The endless preliminary exam system is something that not many other universities employ, and it causes Cornell students to be constantly working when compared to students from other universities who do not need to take exams as often as Cornell students need to. In fact, the sentiment that “Cornell is the easiest Ivy League school to get into and the hardest to come out of” is a kernel version of the initially mentioned story. Multiple ideologies are apparent in this sentiment. First, one ideology apparent within this sentiment is one of diversity and inclusion. Cornell’s motto is “I would found an institution at which any person can find instruction in any study,” so it is no surprise that Cornell is the easiest Ivy League school to gain acceptance to. A personal experience which highlights the diversity of Cornell is the breadth of people I have had
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ENGRC 3350 Kernel Version - Kernel Version of Story When...

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