So thank you for everything, UConn. Thank you for putting me through the worst of it and the best of it. Thank you for giving me my Daily Campus family. Thank you for the late night talks, the late night laughs and the late night memories that I’ll never forget.
Ever since I was a young teenager, Syracuse was the school I knew I would go to. I didn’t hope. I didn’t think. No, I knew. But I knew I would have to take a detour because my SAT scores were not up to par in order to enroll to the exclusive S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse.
A lot of people come into their freshman year of college with a pretty good idea of what they want to do for a career, many others figure out halfway through and still have time to change majors and graduate on time. I, on the other hand, only figured out what I truly wanted to do at the end of my junior year.
I knew from the outset that I wanted to work in sports, working in any other field just seemed boring to me. Sports have been my greatest passion for pretty much my entire life and some of my best and worst memories are tied to major events in Boston sports history.