Graphic Dispatches from a Recent College Grad Still Living in a College Town
Since graduation, most of Larry Buchanan’s friends have moved away and gotten real jobs (well, internships, really …). He lives in a tiny log cabin straddling the border of his former college campus and the real world. In this visual column, he tries to make sense of the culture clash and that oh-so-awkward transition into real life.
A Sign Set for Any College Town.
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