By Eric Bennardo
Craig Synan: Synan will be completing his Bachelor of Science in Administration of Justice. He has been at the campus since his freshman year. Synan’s most memorable experiences have been attending the student acceptance dinners as a Lion Ambassador. He enjoyed seeing the new students interact with each other as well as some of their future faculty and staff. After graduation, Synan plans to start a career in the criminal justice field.
Amy Bennardo: Bennardo is completing her Associate’s in Business Administration this semester. She has been at the campus for five semesters. Her most memorable experiences at the campus were karaoke events in Café 780, as well as her work study with Nurse Elaine during the 2014-2015 school year. After graduation, Bennardo plans to work for a bank while obtaining her real estate license.
Regina Cherish: Cherish is completing her Bachelor of Arts in Communications with a focus in Corporate Communications. She has been at the campus for five semesters. According to Cherish, her most memorable experience at the campus was when Dr. Larson, Associate Professor of Communications said, “Come back tomorrow.” After graduation, Cherish plans to start a career in either Marketing or design.
Ryan McLaughlin: McLaughlin is a Communications Major with a focus in Journalism. He has been at the campus for the eight semesters of his college education. His most memorable experiences while at the campus were working for the Nittany Pride, and his senior research project, where he conducted a content analysis of video game reviews. After graduation, McLaughlin plans to pursue a career in journalism with emphasis on investigative reporting.
Kelsy Marshall: Marshall is completing a Bachelor of Science in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology. She has been at the campus for three years. Her most memorable experiences were talking to her professors outside of class about her other classes. She also had many positive experiences during school breaks. Marshall enjoyed working on her senior research project, which was the Maze Solving Drone. After graduation, Marshall plans to begin a career in EMET and travel.
Carly DeMao: DeMao will be completing her Bachelor of Science in Administration of Justice. She has been at the campus for nine semesters. Her most memorable experiences have included meeting many of the international students, and forming friendships with these students. DeMao also has had a great experience in the Administration of Justice Major that she is completing this semester. After graduation, DeMao plans to start a career in juvenile probation.