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As new Stanford freshmen, so many of us are accustomed to being the “go-to” students for homework help, the ones who started clubs and led events, the “big fish” in our high school ponds. Many of us have had a position of authority or an authoritative sense of knowledge in some field, whether a language, a sport, a social issue or the happenings of our schools. We have learned the in’s and out’s of the institutions and cultures in which we were raised. In our hometowns, we can answer questions, give directions, and impart wisdom to our younger siblings and friends.
To call it a sophomore slump seems flippant. “Sophomore slump” sounds worn out, like a catch phrase with some cheap alliteration. Personally, those two words don’t quite capture how this year feels.
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