Though this opinion I submitted to The Gonzaga Bulletin last week is rather specifically bounded to the past four years at this particular Jesuit university, I feel the message is a solid one and applicable to all those who ever plan on graduating from higher education. American colleges suffer from a four-year memory and so much is lost among students every time another class graduates. Seniors should make a deliberate effort to share their experiences and memories. Ironically, it's not something I'm likely to put into practice as I hate meeting new people so much.
Funnily enough, I've received more personal responses to this piece than any I've written before, news or opinion.
3 years ago