Walking the stage at graduation is something people remember for the rest of their lives, a celebration of all the hard work to get that degree. But for first-generation students like Erika Collucci, it is something even bigger.
This unimaginable quarter has thrown mechanical engineering senior Makenzie Kamei for a loop. In a major with primarily lab classes, Kamei seeing a whole different side to “learn by doing.”
Wang was juggling interviews and job hunting when the COVID-19 pandemic canceled his final quarter of college, his graduation ceremony and any certainty he had about his post-graduate plans.