Essay On Going To College For Wrong Reasons

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Going to college for the wrong reasons

College… There are many different reasons why people choose to go to college. In the novel We Are All Completely Besides Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowlers, Rosie went to college for the wrong but in her case she may think her reasons is not wrong. Rosie went to UC Davis University looking for something else beside her education. Rosie was unable to finish her college due to the reason why she attend UC Davis.
Rosie had a hard childhood when she was growing up. Rosie and her brother Lowell were raised with a chimp named Fern which Rosie called her sister. When Rosie was 5 years old, Fern was removed from the family’s home. One day Rosie ask her dad where Fern was, the dad said Fern was in a farm living …show more content…

The research data was read, reread, the results that was students was talking a about a desire for education, learning, personal goals, family goals or influence.
Going to college that far away from home. If your parents drive you crazy and can’t seem to get away from the annoying sibling, college is the answer! Put as much distance between yourself and them. Sweep all your problems under the rug so you don’t have to deal with them. Not until you roommate driver you crazy and can stand another day without lasting it then you wish you have your family back. But in this case Rosie went to UC Davis University for “First, it was far enough from that no one would know anything about me” (Fowler 46) or her family drama.
Rosie did whatever she did because of family she must have enter UC Davis of the wrong reason but in her case is not wrong. The reason thing about Rosie going to college was not looking “In some unassessed part of my brain, somewhere in that thinking that’s below language, I must have still believed it was possible to fix my family and myself, live our lives as if Fern had never been part of us” (Fowler

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