In a survey, The News-Letter asked seniors to reflect on their time at Hopkins and their hopes for the future. Here are their responses.
I wish there wasn’t a culture of complaining at Hopkins. I certainly understand why it’s the case; we’re all a bunch of overachievers, and complaining is a way to validate the work that we do in a way that doesn’t seem braggy.
Make sure you choose something that drives you from within, and you will find your place here at Hopkins.
I like the ones that talked about me the most. I found them wildly engaging.
I feel like we missed out on so many “lasts,” and I worry that once the pandemic is over, everyone (including myself) will just move on and no longer feel the need to celebrate graduation. I really look forward to the day I can reunite with my Hopkins family for one last celebration.
Hopkins students are exceptional, and when they apply their skills to social justice efforts, they will undoubtedly change the world.
College has been such an eye-opening experience in terms of my identity. It has made me think critically about who I am, what my values are and what is important to me in life.