Lass Over the Moon After Receiving Master of Science 'Piece of Paper', Mzansi Gushes

Lass Over the Moon After Receiving Master of Science 'Piece of Paper', Mzansi Gushes

  • A local woman has reached for the stars as she celebrates bagging her Master of Science in Astrophysics degree
  • The Wits University graduate took to Twitter to share a picture of her degree after waiting more than a month to receive it
  • Mzansians were full of praise for the brilliant mind on the bird app and took turns heaping praise on her for her stellar achievement

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Locals rained down the plaudits on a visionary lass as she made an ascent on the highest cloud following the arrival of her most highly-anticipated package to date.

Heading to the timeline, the excited Twitter user @tebogomoremadi shared the scintillating news of the delivery of the prized possession with her 1 400 expectant followers on the social networking service.

Master of Science in Astrophysics, Bachelor of Science Honours, Applied Mathematics, Astrophysics & Space Science, Wits University, Graduate, Alumna, Boffin
A Wits University Master of Science graduate is over the moon. Image: @tebogomoremadi
Source: Twitter

Dutifully, she posted a picture of the accolade, coming on the heels of her recent graduation, and confirming her newest status as a Master of Science in Astrophysics holder.

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The caption read:

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"My piece of paper finally arrived."

Understanding our complex universe

The Wits University Bachelor of Science Honours in Applied Mathematics and Bachelor of Science Honours in Astrophysics & Space Science alumna could not contain her excitement – which rubbed off on other Twitter users – thanks to the realisation of her dream.

According to the university's website, an Astronomy and Astrophysics qualification charts a clear path for a career in Astrophysics which, in turn, allows one to interpret astronomical data gathered by astronomers to understand how our universe works.

Astronomers view the entire electromagnetic spectrum – called "Multi-Frequency Astronomy" – through optical telescopes, radio telescopes, microwaves, gamma-rays, and X-rays.

The tweet attracted nearly 16 000 likes, almost 900 comments, and 300 comments at the time of publication, as Mzansi's academic success-loving public raised a glass to the boffin.

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Inspired to reach for greatness

Briefly News jumped into the comments to bring readers all the reactions to the incredible post.

@TMan_All1k wrote:

"This is the final year of my masters as well. I've had many days where I tried to quit because it gets tough and you get brain drain. This is the motivation I needed. Which branch of astronomy were you researching. Maybe you might help me. If you can."

@En_Jayehb said:

"Now can my cows arrive at your homestead..didn’t wanna disturb you while you were studying."

@Philip43392894 added:

"Congrats! Be humble and use it wisely. It only serves as a reminder of how much there is still to learn and the difference between having some kind of 'education' and being educated, something a college or university cannot give you."

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Heading online to gush over her magnificent feather in the cap, @LeloThe1st composed a short tweet before sharing it on the microblogging platform, much to the thrill of her 6 900 followers.

"Kwenzek'ismanga amaphupho afezeka, I got a job. I'm a candidate attorney," read the tweet, with a series of joyful and excited emojis.

Source: Briefly News

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