Let’s Go for a Walk; of Unity…

by KV

When I first stepped into this university, I thought I was in for hell.

The dudes & dudettes in my July 2004 (0704) batch proved me wrong.

Nobody told me there were chicks in an engineering university!

The food in UTP is crap, & the only time you can find us all in this café is when they are not serving flies…sorry, food.

& the cellphone reception in some areas here sucks balls, so we make do with what we have.

In UTP, the splendor of nature is always close to us.

So we always give back to Mother Nature, whether individually…

…or in a collaborative effort.

Close proximity between male & female is widely prohibited here…

But really, why the hell should we care?

While men learn to jump ahead of the curve…

The women strive with pose…uh, I mean poise.

But no matter how absurd some of the things we do…

Or the different engineering courses we are in, we still bond with one another in some ways…

& at the end of the day, we blend in together, naturally.

We love to check out asses…

& we are damn proud of our own asses.

Some of us never seem to gain weight…

While the rest of us, including yours truly, never seemed more prosperous.

Everyday we ascend the stairs towards lecture halls in hope of gaining a step closer to preparing ourselves for working life…

…pointing ourselves in the right direction…

…hoping to find our place in this big world.

We learn to work together as a team in pursuit of excellence…

& sometimes, it comes down to our very own selves.

It matters not our different levels of background, for there is a place for everyone.

& it’s often each one of us, the people, that make everything a little more unforgettable, memorable…

You may hate the place, but hey, you gotta love the people.

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KV gives full credit to the pioneers of the entire July 04 Unity concept & movement, the photographers & the candid/skodeng photographers during the walkabout, & of course, all you July 04 UTPians, for giving KV something not only to pour words upon, but to cherish for decades to come.

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