Across the country offices are welcoming summer students into their fold. A few minutes of introductory conversation with these wide-eyed pupils brings one back to university days, before entering the real world. Theirs is the world of "grades" not results. Not a concrete world where decisions have to be made that will inevitably have consequences, but a world within the confines of abstract words, where the only real consequence is a letter a teacher will grant at the end of the day.
We anxiously await Iggy's grade.