This is it.
Well, I don’t want to get ahead of myself but I can’t believe it, I’m on to my last year of college. I’m submitting my application for graduation tomorrow. I look back and I realize there are things I should be proud of myself. Fine, I might not be on the Honor’s Roll anymore but I can also say that I am not just your typical university student. A student leader and someone who has represented my university on a national scale, I can say that I’m not doing a bad job.
My thesis? Honestly, that has to be the most stressing thing about graduating. Our thesis adviser is supportive and really knows our topic since he is a lawyer. Oh, our topic is the impacts of RA 10368 or the Reparation and Recognition Act of 2013 on Martial Law Claimants. Deep stuff huh? Trust me, it gets to me too.
CommSoc which is the academic organization of the Mass Communication Department is my second love. I never realized leadership and stewardship felt so good. Recently, we won the best booth at this year’s Recruitment Week. We are also blessed to have a department chair and moderator who is supportive even with his busy schedule. Sir Lester, if you ever find my blog (which I highly doubt), thank you for the support you have given to CommSoc! CommSoc loves you!
Anyways, a lot of drama has happened. I’ll be frank: I lost friends, I made new ones and I probably have a list of things I simply cannot tolerate but hey, that’s life.
To my dear followers, I humbly ask to nclude me in your prayers that I will be able to graduate this March 2015. Every wish and prayer counts.
This is it. Make it or break it.
No turning back.