What does it feel too finally graduate? I feel relieved that I have finished 3 years of exams, midterms, and assignments. After an exhausting journey of late nights and endless readings, I finally reached the finish line with pride. Although I fear what will happen after collage and how everyone says that the life after you break free is harder, well good luck to me and everyone who is graduating.
My journey in UOS was a blessing, I have met so many friends and professors that I would never forget. My brilliant mindset and handling my problems in a calm way was all because of UOS, and the fact that UOS made me who I am today is something that I am proud of. I had rough challenges while studying in UOS, but these particular challenges were placed on purpose to make every individual stronger and ready for what about to happen next, so thank you UOS for everything.
My life changed since I walked through UOS doors, I have believed that nothing is impossible, especially if you put your mind and heart into it. UOS have taught me a valuable lesson that everyone is different and that good changes that happen to a person is beautiful and an experience you want to enjoy going through.
Where I want to be in 5 years? A question that has been asked countless times. I do not want to follow a narrowed path, because I have no idea what the future holds. Although in 5 years, I imagine myself in a governmental district that respects women’s perspectives and opinions, and I will keep rising without thinking of ever falling.