Its graduation season at Sam Houston State University. Graduating seniors will have plenty of reason to celebrate this exciting time in their lives as they will soon be moving on into their career fields and whatever life has to throw at them. Large parties and celebrations with friends and family are usually the norm when a students graduates. It’s obviously a little different this year since the COVID-19 pandemic continues around the world, but with vaccinations on the rise, many students are able to hold small celebrations for their accomplishment. Taking time off to relax is also on the minds of many students, school can be taxing and stressful and some BearKats are just excited to take it easy for a bit before focusing on the future.
“The dream is to go out to Greece and live out ‘Mamma Mia!’ but definitely doing something that can get me prepared for my first year as a teacher, because it is a scary thing to do.”
“I honestly haven’t even thought about it. I’m vaccinated, my girlfriend is vaccinated, and a good number of our friends are. So we may do a party back in San Antonio, my hometown.“
“I’m not sure, probably taking a break for a little bit and doing something fun not to say what I do isn’t fun, but school is a little taxing so maybe taking a break for a month or two or something like that.”