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    When you’re in high school, you’re on top of the world. You have everything figured out; a plan for everything. You’re told the next step in the road to success is college…. I started my college experience at a large university. It only took me a semester to realize that I was wasting a lot of time and money, cutting out shapes and gluing them on paper in my “introductory” art classes. Not to mention, everyone around me was more interested in the party scene. I felt like an outsider. Like, I wasn’t where I was supposed to be. I was more focused than my peers and had nobody to relate to. I felt isolated and dark, with only my art and music to turn to. So I came back home, took a semester off and continued working in a retail job. I attended…

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