Members of the Bridgewater State University community share what they are most hopeful for, and what they wish for in the New Year
The New Year offers an opportunity to explore new beginnings and think about future goals.
It’s a time to not only reflect but also look ahead.
As 2022 changes over to 2023, we asked members of the BSU community what they are most hopeful for, what they wish for in the New Year.
“I’ll be graduating this spring and starting to teach. I hope for success, confidence, and proper guidance to achieve success.”
Emily Passanante, ’23
Special Education Major
“To keep my grades up and try my best to get on honor roll. Mentally, my goal is to stay humble. Physically, my goal is to stay in shape and stay active. I will try to make a new friend or two and stay in touch with family.”
Richard Long, ’24
Criminal Justice Major
“To better myself.”
Shawn Foley, ’26
“To try new things, to get out of my shell a little bit especially when it gets warm out.”
Quinn Lowenstein, '25
Elementary Education Major
“I’m hoping for more self-love and guiding myself in the right direction after having a couple of hard years.”
Caitlin Nickerson, ’23
Elementary Education and Physical Education Major
“To complete more ratings (in aviation), to get more certificates and move my way up the ladder, to move forward.”
Jacob Donahue, ’25