A UNSW student has finally opted to take his education seriously in the final semester, as the stark reality of graduation starts to set in.
Gavin Lee, 21, and in his final year of his Criminology and Criminal Justice degree, has applied for over twenty unpaid internships, and sixty plus graduate positions in lieu of his budding career “… not panning out…”.
“Yeah, nah… I’ll give it another three months, I reckon,” comments Lee. “If I don’t get a big break then, I’ll fully lean into this whole criminology thing.”
Lee had reportedly prided himself on organising the most minimal contact hours and daily schedules for his weekly timetable.
“We all saw this coming,” says Alice Summers, 20, close friend, and Social Work student. “Worst case scenario, he’ll always have that cafe job as a waiter. Cash in hand.”
“Yeah, I can’t say shit,” comments Caleb Moore, 21, History and Politics major. “We’re in the same inflatable boat, and guess what? The boat has a hole in it, so…”
“Oh f*ck… My WAM…” says Lee, internally crying.
Lee was last sighted frantically downloading all his lecture recordings for safekeeping, only to realise his core subjects did not have any available. Eyewitnesses say they have also placed him around campus, patches of hair allegedly torn out, and reading the tear-stained pages of his first year textbooks in hopes to consolidate his degree’s foundations.