Times are changing
There are so many changes coming up! In less than two weeks I will be graduating from UIC with my BA in applied psychology and my minor in sociology. It has truly been an exceptional experience. I am so excited to get my bachelor’s degree and then move on to graduate school this fall. I will no longer be an undergrad, and I must admit I’m really looking forward to being called a grad student.
Soon, it will be time to say goodbye…no, not goodbye – see you later – to UIC. I will officially be a UIC alumna! It will be time for a change, and it will be time to adjust to a different program and a new school. Although I don’t think any other school in Chicago has a building like BSB so hopefully I won’t get lost. After grad school it will be time to adjust to a new state. I’m Alaska bound! Yes, you read that correctly – ALASKA!
All these changes make me realize all the things that I was able to experience at UIC and reflect on those experiences. I made new friends, met some amazing professors, and was able to get involved in different clubs and activities. After being in the military for 10 years, I finally had my college experience.
Aneta Murphy is a senior majoring in applied psychology and minoring in sociology. In her spare time, Aneta enjoys going to museums, hiking, biking, fishing and reading. You’ll often find her down on the lakefront trail riding her bike with her husband. She also loves to travel and explore new cities.