Furniss, Jon; Marwil, Jeremy (ed.) / Wisconsin engineer
Volume 100, Number 2 (February, 1996)
Just a couple more, pp. 23-24 ff.
Con. from p.2 effort to recall the bad. Weall know that there is danger in this. After all, if 'the good old days' were so good, we wouldn't worry much about history repeating itself. It seems our way of viewing our world around us through time needs to undergo an inversion. We can't trust our memories to accurately paint a picture of the past. Because we're forced to focus on solving daily problems, it's hard to really appreciate our current experiences. My message to you who have moved on to the "real world" is to climb up in that memory attic and raise a little dust. There is nothing imaginary about the challenges of academic endeavor. Like it or not, you people in the 'real world' have already taught me something. As my time at UW- Madison draws to a close, I need to think less about dodging the pendu- lum and appreciate more the fact that I haven't fallen into the pit. -_ - Our Professional/Technical Reference Department is ready to help. *Over'1500engineeringtiles instock. -Special Ordersystem second to none. the univeRsIty Book stone 711 State Street Madison, WI 53703 608-257-3784 1-800-993-BOOK (2665) email: email@example.com _ . ;m _ S 0_esS Author Bio: Jeremy Craven wrote this for a class in 1995. He has since gradu- ated and is now part of the "real world." Scary. I Join the S C O N S I N ENGINEER Have a good time meeting important people in the field of engineering. Make great contacts. Write about it. Layout others' exciting articles. Do it all as a part of the Wisconsin Engineer staff. We're always interested in enthused individuals. Call Jon Furniss at 238-6847 or Kurt Baumgartner at 231-9783. 24 AT S C N S I N V ENGINEER
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