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Alice Yang
Yang is a contributing columnist for the Fort Bend Star.
She is a student at Stephen F. Austin High School-FBISD.

This column expresses the personal opinions/views of the writer. If you would like to express your opinions/views regarding the column, write a SIGNED letter to the editor. Name can be withheld by request with a valid day time phone number.
 
The best feeling in the world  

You got in.

Those are the sweetest three words to every senior’s ear. That moment of college acceptance beats any in the world.

I got the message via email. My hands were shaking as I clicked the mouse uncontrollably. I was hyperventilating. My heart felt suppressed. I literally couldn’t breath.

Then, the first word, that “congratulations” followed by “welcome to our community” showed through the screen. And I was suddenly speechless, thoughtless, numb.

I rushed to tell my parents. We read the message over and over. Mom was in tears. Dad gave me a hug. I started to call all my friends.

I was officially accepted into my dream school, the school that I’ve wanted to go to since junior high.

That’s why the feeling is so strong, that I achieved something, that I’ve realized a dream.

My friends and teachers screamed along with me; some even cried, and at that moment, I felt like I’ve achieved something big; Columbia University. New York City, here I come.

Yang is a contributing columnist for the Fort Bend Star. She is a student in FBISD.

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