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Pomp and Circumstance and Stuff Like That

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I’m still kind of in shock that graduation is at the end of this week. I’m kind of surprised to what with all the times I said I was going to drop out the last four years. But it’s actually happening in just a couple of days. The last four years have been filled with equal amounts of manic laughter and stress-induced tears. I’ve both called this place home and wished I was back home. Despite my complex relationship with college, I hold all the memories I made and all the people I’ve bet so dear. Yeah, I might have cried over a twenty-page research proposal but I also laughed so hard the next day. I stressed out over three test and five quizzes and a paper all due in the same week but I spent the weekend dancing around frat houses with friends. Every single one of those memories, good and bad, I’m thankful for.

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  1. Chapter Fifteen’s Favorite Moments of 2017

    December 30, 2017 at 12:04 pm

    […] Graduation • The most bittersweet moment of 2017! I’m so happy I graduated (never have to take a final again!) but it also meant saying goodbye to a place I called home and friends I called family for four years. Sometimes I miss it, but then I remember the stress and I’m okay. Luckily, I have amazing friends that I can visit no matter where we end up. […]

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