Life after graduation: just a drop in the ocean

I’m a senior in the class of 2014 at UMass Amherst.

The idea of the future is something that most seniors do not want to think about so soon, but alas, it is rapidly approaching. I’ve found that it’s best to look at all the positives of college graduation, like earning a degree and getting to start your life. Of course, many students have many fears when graduating, but they also receive some advice for post-grad life. Here, along with my personal thoughts, I asked a few graduating seniors what their fears were and what advice they’ve received for life after graduation.

Note

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