Thanks for memories

Leah Silvieus

We’ve finally made it. We’ve survived the freshman drama, the 28 credits, the finals. If you’re anything like me, you’re sitting there, not a week away from graduation, wondering where it’s all gone. I can remember walking down the freshman hall four years ago and it seems like it was yesterday.

That’s what everyone says, right? I just never thought I’d find myself saying it. I am beginning to feel old. I can’t imagine life without you all, but there comes a time when all must move on to bigger and better things.

We’re on the threshold of great things, Class of 2003. In a few days, we’ll go our separate ways and maybe never see anyone again. But it’s been a great four years with many memories.

I just want to wish you the best of luck in whatever you choose to do in the future.

Archimedes once said, “Give me a place to stand and I will move mountains.”

Whatever you choose to do in life, do it passionately. Remember to always follow your dreams and stick in there when things get rough.

Remember where you stand and who you are; don’t let anyone take that away from you. The future is yours; take it and run with it with all that you have. Best of wishes for this next year and always; God bless.

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