Daniel Stone, a freshman planning to major in economics, reportedly missed his opportunity to enroll in Introductory Microeconomics for the Spring 2015 semester during freshman course enroll. As a result, Stone’s faculty advisor has informed him that he will never be able to earn his undergraduate degree.
“I don’t understand how it happened,” said the meek, quivering freshman, wizened with the stress of lost job prospects, “My life is ruined. I’ll never be able to graduate having missed out on this one class one semester. I was all set to register. It said there was space. One discussion time was left. I clicked on it. It told me it was full. It lied to me. I lied to myself. My life is a lie.”
As of press time, Stone realized that he could still enroll in ECON 1120, Introductory Macroeconomics.