Posted on Thursday, April 28th, 2016 by Kelsey Rausch
Today, I had my last final of my undergraduate. Not going to lie, after having an epic four years here, ending my college career with a final in religion was kind of a lame way to go. I thought maybe my last final would be this huge display of all that I have learned at Concordia, but since I put off my religion requirement until the very last semester, it was an essay and multiple choice exam on Daoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism. That being said, I walked out of the classroom having finished my exam and I felt…nothing. I thought maybe there would be this really exciting “wahoooooo” feeling but instead it just felt like a regular day in my life. I still can’t bring myself to feeling like I’m completely done with my undergraduate college degree. A lot of my friends are either sad or excited and I am both those things but I still can’t believe I’m about to graduate! On Wednesday night, I was sitting in the fishbowl studying and I realized that it was going to be my last time studying in one of my favorite study spots. I didn’t think that I would get nostalgic about a place where I fretted and worried about all of my tests and homework, but I left the fishbowl kind of sad that I wouldn’t ever be back to it as a student. So yeah. That’s a wrap on my undergrad.