With the fall semester upon us, we caught up with some recent grads to reflect on their time at Rutgers. Their reflections are full of great advice, personal growth, and plenty of laughs.
Steven Reyes, MGSA ’19, talks about the unsettling part of not having to go to school ever again, and what it is like to face criticism in the world of film.
Mohit Mori, class of 2019, tells us about the shock of transitioning from high school to college academics, and how his FOMO is no more.
MGSA ’19 graduate, Richel Diaz, tells us about the pressures of post-grad life, being involved in the figure skating club, and offers some advice for incoming and current students.
Elizabeth O’Brien, class of 2019, is a former Lloyd C. Gardner fellow, sister of Alpha Gamma Delta, and SAS Honors Program student. She tells us about becoming more comfortable and secure with who she is, as well as gives us insight about her fellowship research.