ENG111 Journal #2

ENG111 Journal #2 - Ryan Fessler A Lost Moment Recaptured...

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Ryan Fessler A Lost Moment Recaptured Page 232 Journal #2 For most kids, going to college is what is expected of them. Once they graduate high school, they look toward the future at college where they will further their education and earn a degree. From there, they will find a job and start their working lives. This isn’t the case for all students, though. Sara Rimer’s article “A Lost Moment Recaptured” tells how many older women attend college, especially at Smith College in Virginia. The Ada Comstock Scholars Program allows non-traditional age students finish their undergraduate degrees. I think that this is a very valiant and admirable task. These older women see this as gift to complete their education and make the most of it. I’m not saying that kids coming straight out of high school don’t appreciate going to college, but it seems like most of them expect to. I believe it is a good idea for older women and men also to return to get their degrees. It is an accomplishment no matter what your age is and it provides a sense of
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2010 for the course ENG 21508 taught by Professor Hine during the Fall '07 term at Michigan Flint.

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ENG111 Journal #2 - Ryan Fessler A Lost Moment Recaptured...

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