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Rosemont Memories

RoConnections - April 11, 2017

Emily Javitt

What are your plans after graduation?
Graduate School, I want to work in Higher Ed.
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
Get involved – Try everything! Do things you wouldn’t normally do.
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
Move-In Day! The excitement of a new year, the joy of seeing old friends and the energy of a new class all combining to create an awesome day.
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I am going to miss so many people on campus but Sister Jeanne, Jay, and Kerry in Campus Ministry are the reasons I am going to graduate in May. I will miss them so much.
 

Zachery Bowe

What are your plans after graduation?
Attending University of the Sciences for an MBA in Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Business
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
Get involved!
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I will miss the comradery of the Men’s Lacrosse Team and Coach Lynn!
 

Ge’Shaya Fountain

 
What are your plans after graduation?
Open up my dance studio.
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
Stay on top of your work. Please do not be scared to ask your professors for help. Enjoy your time in college because you will be graduating in a blink of an eye.
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
Joining different clubs on campus and having the opportunity of being the choreographer for Rosemont’s dance club, Ram Squad.
 
 
What or who will you miss the most one you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
My friends and all of Rosemont’s staff members.
 

Cassie Steiner

 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
Join as many clubs/sports/organizations as possible!
 
What or who will you miss the most one you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
The members of the women’s soccer team have been such a big part of my life here at Rosemont and I will miss them all!
 

Jaia Jester-Smith

 
What are your plans after graduation?
I would like to work for Buzzfeed.
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
  • Do not follow peer pressure
  • Go to class
  • Focus on school . . . not boys!
  • Believe in yourself
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
  • Attacking Geese
  • Late night homework sessions
  • Snow days
 
What or who will you miss the most one you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I am going to miss friends that I have made over the years including Ashley, Ayanna, Oussie, and Ana. I will miss Professor Rucker who is awesome!
 

Imani Wall-Wright

 
What are your plans after graduation?
I plan on attending grad school and will be working at Blue Cross.
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
My advice for the incoming freshmen is to not be afraid to do anything and go after every opportunity that you can while you can, and making the most connections while you can.
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
My favorite memory will always be the relationships I have made here with staff and my professors. I love the small campus.
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I will miss Travis Marshall the most. He has helped so many students during my time here at Rosemont and he is a really great person to know and work with.
 

Kaushike Khanyarmaju

 
What are your plans after graduation?
I am planning on studying abroad at Leeds Beckett University which is located in the United Kingdom for one year in their MBA program and I will be playing soccer for the RIASA Academy.
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
  • Make freshman year count. Getting off on the right foot is so important.
  • Give it your all in everything you do, but remember to enjoy yourself.
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
Playing NCAA soccer and tennis during my four years of college.
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I am really going to miss playing soccer at Rosemont. It was a really big reason I chose Rosemont and I really enjoyed my team. I will miss my friends and classmates. . . a special shout-out to Dan Suarez, Danielle Lelie, Aaron Pinninti, Professor Baker, Jim Finney, Dean Chiddick, Coach Lynn, Ben Gluckmann, David Carvalho, and Christy Leigh.
 

Imani “Mani” Ferguson

 
What are your plans after graduation?
I plan to get a job in marketing and work full-time for one year. I will be attending Temple University to get a Masters degree in Development Communications.
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
Never give up. Nothing is too hard to obtain. The world is yours to seize!
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
My favorite memory is taking my Spring 2016 semester abroad. I participated in the Semester at Sea Program and visited 11 countries and 22 cities.
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I will miss the friends I have made. I will miss my advisor who has become like a second mom. I will also miss the cafeteria and the Grind.
 

Shantanna Johnson

 
What are your plans after graduation?
My plan after graduation is to go straight into the work force and gain some experience. I later plan on going to Graduate School to further my education.
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
I would advise an incoming freshman to take advantage of resources at the Student Academic Learning Center and the Post Graduate Success Office. There are a lot of great people there ready to help.
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I will miss my classmates, my friends, and my professors.
 

Daniel Suarez

 
What are your plans after graduation?
Working as a District Manager at Speedway and to eventually attend Graduate School.
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
Be involved in as much as you can handle (sports, clubs, events, etc.). Attend class and develop close relationships with your professors because you never know when they can help you out at a later time.
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
Winning our soccer match at Del Val my sophomore year. Our team scored with one second left in overtime. I also really enjoyed Professor Mojzes for two semesters in a row. His lessons were amazing.
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
Seeing my closest friends every day and playing the sport of soccer that I love.
 

Michal Dyson

 
What are your plans after graduation?
I plan on working a full time job and completing my Masters Degree in Creative Writing.
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
The most important thing to remember is to be yourself. Have fun, get involved, learn from your mistakes and stay focused.
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
I love all of the Founders’ Days. The campus comes together and has fun. It is a great day to all be together.
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I will miss having my friends all in one location and I will miss Coach Lynn and Professor Katie Baker. They helped me get through this last year.
 

Aaron Pinninti

 
What are your plans after graduation?
 
I have been accepted and plan on attending Drexel University College of Medicine. I hopefully plan on going into surgery.
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
I would recommend that a Freshman get involved as much as possible on campus. It is a must to get out of your comfort zone.
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
My favorite memory at Rosemont wasn’t a specific event. I loved the times of relaxing and talking with my friends in the dorms. . . so many experiences have made my time at Rosemont enjoyable.
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I will miss the friends that I have made here, especially the FAMILY. I will greatly miss the great professors that I have had including Dr. Skokotas and Dr. E.
 

Maria Christina Perez

 
What are your plans after graduation?
Working in Miami (hopefully for Telemundo).
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
Meet as many students that you can from your grade! You’d be surprised with how many wonderful people are with you.
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
My favorite memory at Rosemont definitely was freshman year Founders’ Day because my entire class (including me) were so excited to experience everything for the first time.
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I will miss all of the service people at Rosemont the most. The cleaning people, the cafeteria workers, and the people who work in the Grind are wonderful. They were always in a great mood and managed to always put a smile on my face.
 

Jennifer Jimenez

 
What are your plans after graduation?
I plan on working at the Children’s Defense Fund in New York. I also want to apply to Law School.
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
Get involved! The POWER of small is not made up! There are so many opportunities to take advantage of if you just get involved.
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
Founders’ Day is great, as well as all the fall sports events.
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I will miss attending the men’s and women’s soccer games. I will definitely miss my professors! They made my four years at Rosemont the greatest four years.
 

Alejandra Osorio

 
What are your plans after graduation?
Work for a little bit and then enter a nursing program
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
Do your best and try to do well in your first year and strive for a high GPA.
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
My favorite memory would be making it to the championship soccer game my freshman year.
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I will miss being able to play soccer and lacrosse with my teammates and I will miss the coaches I have had over the years.
 

Bobby Fritz

 
What are your plans after graduation?
I hope to get a job that affords me to drive a Range Rover
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
Go to Class. Listen to your professors. You will actually learn something.
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
My favorite memory is meeting my close friends for the first time.
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I will miss Coach Lynn. She has been really great!
 

Kadiatou Barry

 
What are your plans after graduation?
I plan on going to Grad School and gain employment at Yale Hospital as a Social Worker
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
College is where you build your portfolio so remember to have fun but to always keep in mind this is where your future begins. Take advantage of your resources and explore your opportunities.
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
My favorite memories are the times I spent with Ram Squad.
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I will miss all of my friends and our “Girls Night” in the dorms.
 

Diamond Tubbs

What are your plans after graduation?
Working, networking, enjoying life, and traveling!
 
What advice do you have for the incoming freshman that would help them succeed at Rosemont?
Do not procrastinate!
 
What is your favorite Rosemont Memory?
Freshman year in the Bridge Program is where I met people I call my friends today.
 
What or who will you miss the most once you graduate from Rosemont and Why?
I will miss the whole college experience. You only get one!