A Compilation of 2 Years at FUS
Virtual Tours by Students
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I'm to graduate from college for three years. For three entire years, I thought about coming in, attending Franklin. I saw the photos I heard her stories knows, fascinated. I was infatuated with Franklin and that continued for two more years into my community college days. Then I set foot in Lugano back in August 2016 and here I am about to leave, saying one last goodbye to the greatest thing that has ever happened to it. It's one of the greatest decisions that I've ever made and want to thank you was the for inspired me to come here for showing me this place. I want to thank you for watching my journey from my first day here, Franklin to my last one. I want to thank all of my friends and family, my parents, my cousins, my aunt for visiting me on this wonderful day for attending my graduation because it hasn't set in yet. To be honest, the last time that I've cried, it was when I left my parents at JFK on my way to come here for the first time. I don't know what you're thinking right now. I don't know if your prospective student, the prospective parent, somebody that went to Franklin some random motherfucker that's just watching this video right now. All I'd like to tell you is to live your life, take a chance. For three years I dreamed about Franklin, and sometimes dreams become hyper real. I don't want to talk to you about today, on by you defuse yourself. You do whenever you want a teacher because I love you too. I realized that I was doing the hardest thing to do in life is embraced and to really acknowledge that you can die at any point. I feel like that more than I embrace a dime more than I feel.