Unfortunately, none here have realized that this jump to the truth was needed until this year, with the arrival of the Freshman Rocker Class of 2022 and it “Sick and Savage” and “The Terror”. With their fearless commitment to bringing the benefits of metal, the music, and the lifestyle to everyone, “Rock on, my fellow freshman rockers” has become the most common greeting around campus. And the lifestyle is growing every day, as more and more students realize the truth, dignity, utility, and justice found in metal. As one of the newest metalheads on campus wrote:
So I feel as though I should share this little known fact about myself… As of last week, I became a death “metalhead”. I know, this is must be difficult for some of you to see, but Gregorian Chants just could no longer express my internal anger that I have, especially after the 92 I got on Dr. Schubert’s essay(I’ve never gotten such a low grade on an assignment in my life–this sure to plummet my GPA).‘How did this begin?’ you may be asking yourself. Well, one day I was sitting at the lunch table with Blaise Galbraith(if you don’t know him, he is also a dedicated “metalhead”), and he just started talking, and the more I listened, the more it made sense. Well, at least, more sense than Dr. Olssen’s philosophy class.