Adapted from-From the grazing land by Lotiir Henry

As I lay in my bed a week after admission to the university, I was staring at the ceiling blankly, deep in thought. I could not imagine myself in the middle of people, the majority of who were whites in a foreign land each one of us trying to drink in the calabash of this western and white man's magic; Education. Hazard University had a total of more than twenty thousand students spread across the programs offered by the university. It was now a week since I was admitted to this hub of learning, one of the best in the states. This Sunday, after my roommate had left for a walk, I decided to remain and rest in the room. I was worn out, this being the last day of our orientation; the school was a beehive of activi...

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