Wow! What a wild ride these last four years have been. Through the ups and downs, we did it, Class of 2023! I would like to thank the incredible Communication staff that helped me achieve my goals and find my passion for writing.
For my amazing staff advisor, JB, thank you for being one of my largest supporters since day one. You saw the potential in me that I didn’t see, and you helped me build who I am. Andrea Bard, you will always be my university mom, and I know you will always look out for your Communication students, even when you are leaving yourself. Thank you for supporting me these last four years, and I can’t wait to keep in touch with you both for years to come.
One of the biggest challenges I faced was my sophomore year when, we as a community, were online. There was a missing spark when it came to school. I thought I was missing part of me when we had to leave and not come back. I must give a shout-out to SNHU LARP, as I was acting vice president during that time. I was able to build connections even if we were apart.
To my wonderful Reslife family, I will miss you all from the bottom of my heart. You inspired me to be myself, and not care what others have to say. I will always have a family in Kingston. This won’t be the last time you hear from me.
Finally, to my fellow Penmen Press staff, thank you for giving me a voice and letting my creativity flow through my work, whether it be writing or through the marketing team!
I will miss everyone at SNHU, but as they say, this isn’t a goodbye, this is simply a see you later.