November is a time to reflect on all of the things we’re thankful for.
From family and friends, professors, and school—it’s often the people and experiences that have made a difference in our lives that matter the most.
We reached out to members of the Bridgewater State University community to find out what they’re grateful for.
“I am thankful for my awesome roommates. They’re very supportive and very uplifting friends.”
“I am grateful for my supportive friends, family, and professors because I am a busy person and can get easily stressed but they are always there to ground me.”
“I am thankful for the friends I’ve made here at BSU and to be part of the program council. I think it’s the best student organization. They put on a lot of great events. I’m also thankful for President Fred Clark, he has been a good support for me.”
“I’m thankful for learning better time management skills. I went from having an insane job and schedule but can now focus more on school.”
“I’m grateful for my family and my religion. Both help me stay consistent and persevere. I took a year-long break from school, but now I’m back and my grades are higher than before. For the first time I got an email saying I made the Dean’s list. I needed that reset to keep me afloat.”
“I am thankful that people support me, I can’t succeed without people who believe in me.”
“I am thankful for my family and my dogs. My family is always there for me and my dogs give me great cuddles.”