we shall leave the "eternal student" perspective and go after a more practical one- getting a full-time job after graduating- in the hope to complete the input for your decision making process. now, we take a look at the reasons for becoming an employee, ways to find a job on the ashes of the economical crisis, employee life, changing jobs, the extent to which a company is willing to invest money and time into a graduate, knowledge management programs and many many more. at the end, the idea is to rub both of the options with some salt, hang them on the wire and when the nice graduation tent is set you will be picking one of this fishes and enjoy them with a pint of becks.
our next guest, Vitalie Patrinica, class of 2009, with two smoking major-wise barrels resting in his chest, wll try to shed some light on the practical view.
now, of course it was funny when Kathleen asked four guys whether it was our 'first time' or when Anton played some spanish themes while the rest of us danced and clapped and she and Constantin were reading some porn dialogue. by the way, meet Kathleen and the guy from belgium who likes the white stripes and the dead weather:
then we began the show, killing a bottle of wine and reading from the script because that is the only way one can be confident in himself when he does it for 'the first time'. the songs were ok-ish, but the interaction quite poor. we should think of a better set-up. nevertheless, it was a great experience: laughs, boots flying, kinky suggestions, gay trumpet and dizziness, then taking the tape home and listening to it, identifying lots of faults, learning our lesson...
however, all that just made us look forward for the next show.
now, not to forget,
special thanks to our sound manager- Vitya 'Leonid':
without him we would have surfed on the radio-waves like blind-men. Costea should also be mentioned. Great patience, great voice and enough imagination to fill with words a whole hour:
well, Sir Anton deserves his title "from the queen of england to the hounds of hell". his majesty was excellent tonight...
and the rest, damn it!... the rest was worth having:
some of us draw the line and say that they are sick of jacobs even after the first semester. not to mention the cases where boredom takes over starting immediately after the o-week. it's normal. there are lots and lots of paths that bring you to the same conclusion- maybe you have a guinea-pig major, you are homesick, there's a nice piece of your heart that you left/lost in hometown, your friends are far away, this place is not the fairytale that you have imagined while applying, 'look at the sunny weather in all of their picture! such a lie...','if not for this engagement, i could have done many many many many many much, but really much, more interesting things', 'these mofos have harnessed me to this loan', 'i'm sick of the same faces i see every now and then at the disco' et cetera.
on the other hand, there are people that have done their bachelor, masters and afterwards are even pursuing their doctoral degree here. why is that? how did they manage to overcome this simple, above mentioned, rationale?
we will talk about this with our guest: Constantin Jucovschi.