|The famed fountain|
|Main Building (the tiny figure in|
the wedding dress is me!)
I entered Peace College, a wide-eyed and naive freshman straight from a tiny, podunk high school, in the fall of 2005. Since my high-school graduating class was made up of twenty-eight students, thirteen of whom I had known from kindergarten, Peace seemed like a vast resource of knowledge, professors, and fellow students that I couldn't wait to tap, and I was not disappointed by what I found there. Although over time its vastness was diminished in my eyes, this freshman preconception was replaced with a more important and lasting fact - Peace was a community, a sisterhood where students and professors encouraged each other's growth as leaders. I was challenged from my very first to my very last moment on campus to think critically and assert myself and my ideas confidently.
|Proudly displaying my diploma|
|It's customary for graduates to toss roses into the fountain.|
|My best friend wore my robe!|
|Photo in the fountain|