A Letter to the Incoming Class of Musketeers

Dear Future Musketeer,

They say that college is the best four years of your life. And as a senior who just picked up her cap and gown, I can attest to that. During my time here, I've learned, grown as a person and found a family. Leaving this place will be bittersweet. But my heart is happy because I feel prepared for the biggest adventure of all: Life. 

  Soon, you'll be the ones scrambling to turn in that last paper, study for that last exam. You'll be the ones walking across the stage to receive your diploma.

Four years will go by faster than you think. You’ll build new friendships, face challenges, celebrate successes, endure sleepless nights studying or fill those hours instead with the good company of your friends. Soon, you'll be the ones scrambling to turn in that last paper, study for that last exam. You'll be the ones walking across the stage to receive your diploma. And if you're lucky, you'll carry memories made and lessons learned with you as you say goodbye to this special place.

As the Class of 2017 prepares to say goodbye, we wanted to share some of our successes, failures and advice for making the most of the next four years with a series of interviews titled Ask a Musketeer. We hope you enjoy it, and know that as you walk this journey, your fellow Musketeers will be with you always. Every step of the way!

All for one and one for all,

Chloe Borah 
Public Relations and Advertising '17

Ask a Musketeer: Mirka Gallo, Social Work '17

Ask a Musketeer: Zach Moeller, Political Science and International Studies '17

Ask a Musketeer: Emily Linginfelter, Public Relations, Advertising and Digital Media '17

Ask a Musketeer: Edmond Nyarko, Biology '17

Ask a Musketeer: Ashlyn Kammer, Finance '17 

Ask a Musketeer: Terrence Ferguson, Marketing '17