Looking ahead to graduation this coming May, Brown senior, Derrick Sanders, can’t wait to leave his liberal college bubble, and relocate to a larger, tech bubble.
“I’ve had a lot of fun these past four years,” says Sanders, a second semester senior graduating with a ScB in computer science, “But I’m ready to branch out and enter the real world. Specifically in Google’s Mountain View campus in Northern California.”
Noting Brown’s tendency to insulate students in a comfortable environment free from prejudice and offense, Sanders looks forward to a more gritty change of pace after college, where he’ll have to work a nine to five schedule, with meals included, at least one month of paid vacation, and a six-figure starting salary.
“I think it’s easy to get caught up in the Brown community, so I’m excited to branch out and meet new people who went to completely different schools like Harvard, Princeton, Yale, and even Stanford.”
At press time, Sanders reported feeling ready to leave four years of only hanging out with Brown students and is now looking forward to spending the next 25 years hanging out with people from Hulu, Facebook, and maybe Spotify.