Going to a school in Boston was something that I always knew I wanted to do. I love being in a city where there is always something going on. The city life is what you make of it. If you want to be surrounded by a lot of people, you can go get lunch in Faneuil Hall, but if you want to relax by the water, you can stroll five minutes to the Harborwalk. Boston is a unique city that makes many different impressions on you.
Going into college, I never knew what I wanted to do with my life. Suffolk didn't force me to choose one area of study. Instead, it allowed me to explore my interests and develop a unique set of skills that I couldn’t learn anywhere else.
I'm graduating from Suffolk in two months with a major in psychology and a double minor in public relations and information systems. Suffolk allowed me to become the best I can be by giving me unlimited access to any area of education that I wanted to study. Thank you, Suffolk. Thank you for teaching me that it’s all right to have many interests. Thank you for teaching me that it’s all right not to know what you want to study. Thank you for teaching me how to sing, code, write, design, lead, and explore. I'd say I am going to miss Suffolk, but you can't miss something you are always going to be around. I plan on being involved with Suffolk for the rest of my life.