Institvte
To learn anything at MIT,
you must be willing
to ask the difficult questions
that haunt your mind, and
you must be willing
to set aside your assumptions
that haunt your mind and
make up your past.
To set aside your assumptions
for the benefit of the world,
make up your past
to fit in with the extraordinary.
For the benefit of the world,
forget who you were
to fit in with the extraordinary,
to be accepting.
Forget who you were
before attending this institution. Be willing
to be accepting
of why itís impossible.
Before attending this institution, be willing
to ask the difficult questions
of why itís impossible
to learn anything at MIT.
Heather Acuff
Published in Issue 34