Summer, it has come and gone, and the words “senior year” haven’t left your mouth all summer long. Now, as syllabus week arrives and you walk on campus for your last (hopefully) fall semester, something is different. You are no longer concerned about whatever “freshmen you” was thinking about, but now taking in every moment. It is your last-first day of school, and you are thinking “oh sh*t.” Now you begin to think of all the small things that made this wonderful place your home for the past three years. Here are just a few thoughts that will be running through Scranton senior’s minds during the first week of class!
Is this really the beginning of the end?
I am going to give Flo an even bigger smile; I can’t, just come visit her after this year.
I should automatically get a study room in LSC, I deserve it, and I have done my time. I can’t waste my time searching.
Is it is too late to change my major?! Should I go to grad school? What happens if I can’t find a job?!
My work-study job is not going to cut it for my savings.
Wait, I’ll be an alum after this years Parade Day….