Hopelessly Unemployed Graduate Arrives On Campus To Enroll In Last-Minute Classes: “I Still Have No Clue What I’m Doing With My Life”

With the fall semester right around the corner, an unemployed, downhearted Daniel Smith arrived on FAU’s Boca Raton campus with the hopes of enrolling in courses. Having graduated two semesters prior, Smith is keen on finally attempting to make something out of his life.

“I’m just really unsure, you know?” professed the unemployed graduate who finished his degree in Sociology last year. “Playing Fortnite on Twitch just really isn’t bringing in the big bucks like I thought it would.”

“I just want to be passionate about something before I devote myself to it,” added Smith enthusiastically after being able to enroll in an Art Appreciation class in Jupiter.

Smith was on campus bright and early, sporting his mother’s baby blue minivan. When leaving, he received a parking ticket due to an expired decal on the car.