The Devil and Webster Symbols & Objects

Jean Hanff Korelitz
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The Stump

The Stump is a traditional meeting place on the Webster College campus for both social events and student protests, and thus represents the unending continuation of activism on college campuses. Despite the success or failure of the activism before the Webster Dissent, the Stump’s continual presence makes one recognize that activism and protests will continue to occur, no matter how the political or social culture of the contemporary society has changed since the last protest.

The College Admissions Process

The college admissions process is a ubiquitously stressful experience for students and the actual process is generally kept secret, making the process itself symbolize the epitome of trust in integrity on both sides. The admissions office must trust that applicants are not lying on their applications, while the applicants must trust the admissions office to give each application equal consideration. This trust is broken on...

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