When I first started college, I was a college student. It was the year of the crossword puzzle. I knew exactly what to expect. I had done one on purpose. It was a college quiz. I was sure the answer was going to be a crossword. There was only one crossword puzzle that was even close. It was a Yale-Munich crossword.
That crossword, named “The Unwritten Law”, was written by a student named Daniel T. Sullivan and it was designed by Dan Sullivan, a Yale alumnus. It basically summed up the rules of university life and how college students, especially freshman, follow them. It was a fun crossword.
I’ve never seen a crossword puzzle written in English before, but I remember one that was really interesting. It had a crossword puzzle as a title. You could say you did it on purpose, but it was actually a title. The crossword was a way of saying, “I need to get a crossword today.” You could use it to talk about college admissions.
The rules of college are pretty simple. You have to go to class every day. That means you have to write. You have to get homework done. You have to do research. You have to do this test. You have to pass that test. I’m not even sure if you have to write a paper. I guess you could write a thesis, but it would be a whole lot longer.