As spring semester comes to a close, it’s important that us seniors have a chance to say goodbye to our favorite UConn traditions and locations. After all, it’s these special places and activities that have made our college experience unique from any other, and will continue to stick with us long after we graduate. Let’s all take a moment to bid farewell to the events, pastimes and food spots that made campus so meaningful.
For myself and many other UConn students, this is the final month of college. Four whole years of being an undergrad, living off of microwavable meals and getting approximately four hours of sleep every night, will finally come to an end.
There are several events and postgraduate opportunities available to University of Connecticut seniors.
Barnes and Noble hosts an annual Grad Fair which will take place March 28 and 29 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. this year, Jessica Sokol, student alumni association advisor, said.
There is also a “Senior Send-Off Celebration” where seniors can get their senior portraits done for the Nutmeg Yearbook, purchase regalia and pick up Commencement tickets, Sokol said.