By Brian Jacobson ’11
When I was a sophomore, I had a lot of friends on the Student Programming Board who were on the Senior Week planning committee who encouraged me to apply to be a junior representative member the following year.
I applied when I was a junior and got a position. I loved helping the seniors celebrate their last few days together as a class. All of the events seemed well-organized. I also had a lot of programming experience with QU After Dark and the Student Programming Board so I was confident that I could be a valuable asset for the team.
Over a student’s four years at Quinnipiac, it is common to form close friends in a certain area of campus. Whether you join something like SPB or Greek Life, or hang out with your peers in your major, we all do our own thing for four years.
However, when you think about your first Quinnipiac memory, it’s more than likely Orientation, which we enjoyed as a class. There was no organizational affiliation or stress of homework, but rather just your class coming together to have a good time. I think it’s only appropriate that Quinnipiac seniors can end their collegiate experience the same way.