Searching for a needle in a haystack

IN the final days leading up to the new year, I was asked, along with several other professors, to interview 24 candidates to be chosen for an award and also to be named valedictorian.

The interviews were spread out over several days as we had to see eight candidates a day. I was the only professor who sat through all the interviews while the other professors came in for one session but not the others because of other administrative commitments.

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