A Walk down the Aisle

By Shikole Struber

It all starts when you're told to order a cap and gown. First there's excitement. It's almost over. You did it. No more homework. Then there's trepidation. There's still so much to do before you're actually done. Is there enough time? Then there's panic. Can you handle the real world? You don't have a job yet. You haven't technically passed all your finals yet.

As the date of graduation lurks closer and closer you go through waves of these emotions, in varying degrees.

Excitement is at it's peak on Friday and Saturday night. Celebrations occur.

Trepidation surfaces as you try to articulate those final thoughts of your collegiate career.

And panic sets is as EVERY person you come into contact with asks what your plans are for after graduation. And you have no answer...


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