Miss Information is annoyed by academic success...maybe just baffled.
To recap, Miss Information understands only about 10% of what goes on at library school. For one thing they've stopped calling it library school. It is now Information School and she is getting a degree in information. Not to put too fine a point on it, but isn't all school informational on some level? In kindergarten, Miss Information learned that you shouldn't eat glue. This is great information.
Anyway, in Information School, she has found herself surrounded by people who use words like "epistemological" and quote Kant in normal conversation. She is clearly over her head here.
Recently she handed in a paper. She was supposed to read a couple of specific articles and write about their main points. This was not easy because one of the papers was written in Etruscan, a language Miss Information is unfamiliar with and the other was composed in one of those freaky secret codes that only identical twins understand. With no choice Miss Information wrote a paper that contained actual verbs. It was the only thing going for it. The paper was returned last week. She peeked at the grade, put the paper down stunned.
The person sitting next to her asked what was wrong, said she seemed upset.
Upset doesn't begin to cover it. The paper was covered with exclamation marks that weren't following words like "you moron" and "stop wasting our time" but instead words like "good point" and "yes". Miss Information had gotten an A.
So, the question is: does Miss Information actually know what she's doing? That can't be it.