Dr. John Anderson has me thinking. As I was driving today, I was thinking of my last semester at East Carolina University. I had a lot of fun while there and my last semester was no exception. However, fond memories were soon met with a realization. Last semester I began reading Aeschylus’ “Agamemnon” with a professor and really enjoyed it, though it was incredibly tough. I was told that it was ambitious for an undergraduate to try to tackle that text – but I realized today I’m no longer an undergraduate. My excuse for being bad at Greek is gone. I began to sweat a little. I’m headed to Notre Dame in 6 weeks. Am I suddenly expected to be able to read through Aeschylus? Will my peers be quoting Augustine in Latin from memory? No changes to my being have occurred over the summer, I don’t feel any smarter, and I certainly don’t know Greek any better than I did on graduation day (it’s probably worse due to my lack of reading Greek over the summer). I might be in trouble.