By Nicholas Calvino, Currier Times Staff///
It’s sad to say that after this semester the class of 2023 will make their way out through the doors and into the world.
The students are melancholy about the prospects of leaving Curry but are also very excited to see what lies ahead for them and the new adventures to come.
“After the graduation ceremony I’m gonna study for my boards and work from home for a little bit and then work at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston,” said Senior Nursing major, Delaney Agnes.
It’s not just the students feeling a bit of gloom. Sports teams, with veteran players to replace, will also need to adjust. Right now, the various athletic coaches are putting in the hard work in recruitment, as the likes of Reid Cooper, the nationally recognized goalie for Curry hockey, move on to professional careers.
Seniors will make their mark from majors like Nursing and Biology, to Forensics Science and Communication.
“I’m gonna try to work for a media company that I’ve been looking at and also do real estate on the side,” said Senior Communication major, Jake Stiner.
These seniors have worked themselves hard for the last four years and they will have an amazing commencement ceremony at the Xfinity center on May 21st to send them off.
“I’m gonna be a court officer back home in Connecticut but I hope eventually I will move over here and work in Boston,” said Senior Criminal Justice Major, Devon Richards.
These seniors have some pretty bold and scary plans but it will be incredible for them and their future careers.
“After the graduation ceremony I plan on working either in the city of Boston or working a little closer to home in Quincy,” said Senior Criminal Justice major, Mathew Claire.
The Currier Times says congratulations to the seniors of the Class of 2023 and hope that they will have a successful transition.
Congratulations to the graduates! The best is yet to come! -From Lynne Kohanim (formerly Lynne Murray, Currier Times editor 2008-09)