Shocking! Student Solves Real World Problem With Skills Learned in College
Never anticipating that this moment would ever come, NYU Junior Sarah Bolson turned modern civilization on its head when she used some of the skills she learned in college to solve a real world problem.
When presented with a problem from the dangers from the outside of the classroom, the Sociology major reportedly looked at said problem, analyzed the problem, used facts and figures to theorize about the problem, and allegedly, then came up with a practical solution for the problem.
“I really don’t know how I did it,” said the college student who, once again, and we cannot stress it enough, solved a real problem. “Like I didn’t even know college could teach you how to do that. I thought we were just here screwing around, talking a bunch of smack about the people in power, and spending a lot of money cause we hate our parents you know. Turns out there’s actual, real problems out there. Who knew? I thought Obama had taken care of those by now.”
At press time, Ms Bolson’s Gender Studies Professor expressed her disappointment that Ms Bolson had been focusing on creating real impact in the world instead of using her time to figure out how to rewire the heteronormative components of our performative gender identities.