We play a lot of games at NYU. Besides the chess matches at any of the major parks in the area (although they far too often have empty chairs), we go to campus with the assurance that we don’t completely know what to expect. We come from dorm rooms we weren’t sure we were going to get, assuming you beat the housing lottery and could get into a dorm; we take classes that we barely made the wait-list on; depending on how well you studied, the next test you walk into is a game of chance.
Of course, some people would like to pretend they have everything under control, but this is a much less fun way of approaching things.
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Elevator Etiquette by Hae Bin Kim
The Roommate Lottery by Mickey Shiotani