By Natasha Muller
Senior year in some aspects was very slow but it also feels like time flew by. I had never thought I would have to spend senior year all online. First semester was filled with tests, college application deadlines, essays, and lots of homework. When second semester rolled around the corner, I was ready for the year to slow down and ready to spend more time with my family and friends. Freshman year, I walked the halls very confused as to where I was going. Most of my friends that I had in middle school went to another school, so basically I didn’t have a lot of friends. Sophomore year rushed in, I took a lot of hard classes like Integrated Math 2, English 2, World History, Spanish 1, and Chemistry. Junior year came along, and slowly, I began to develop an idea of what I wanted my future to look like. So I had confidence that I was going to pursue photography. While taking Integrated Math 3, Spanish 2, US History, English 3, and Physics. And now, here we are, Senior year, with plans to major in Photographic Arts in college. Though I had to spend most of senior year online, I am so grateful for my incredible four years at Westmont. I leave knowing that I have a forever community and amazing memories that I will carry with me no matter where I go. Thank you, Westmont, for turning me into the person I am today. I could not have asked for a greater experience.