Why I love Frosh Week

On my way to and from church on Sunday, I passed by the main bus stop at Carleton University. Sunday happened to be “move-in day” (or at least one of them) for new students.

Standing in the shelter, out of the drizzle, were a half-dozen to ten people who appeared to be students, patiently waiting for the bus to arrive. Meanwhile, plastered all over the glass of the shelter were signs reading as follows:


Immediately to the south of the shelter was a wooden barrier across the road with a “ROAD CLOSED” sign hanging on it.

Five years from now, these people are going to be working for you. Consider yourself warned.


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