Those damn pesky 'Why do you want to go to *----* college/university' essays:
Sometimes I wonder whether school would be right for me. After all, what should I do with this newfound freedom from that superficial quagmire of mediocrity our politicians call ‘school’, but go right back into it as soon as I have the chance to leave? Visiting Hamilton has had a profound effect on me. The only things I have ever been interested in are my writings and law. Both are what Hamilton students emphasize and excel at, and both are the reason I want to attend Hamilton. As I sat in on several classes, I could not help but feel that this is where I should be; this beautiful campus, these wonderful people, and this strange feeling in the air that something is about to change. Hamilton is where I feel I would accomplish the most I possibly ever could, and where I feel I am completely at home. Hamilton is where I want to be."