Studying philosophy definitely helped me analyze the different dimensions of a problem. Philosophy is a concept that can be applied to real-life issues. It’s not a book sitting on a shelf collecting dust.
Leaving law school and going into the workforce, I really leaned on my time in student government and the Board of Trustees. These experiences were really instrumental in giving me the confidence to say, I belong here.
I came to Fitchburg State not knowing anyone except for my freshman year roommate. I’ve met lots and lots of people. There is not a time I walk across campus and don't see someone that I know, and I have both Dance Club and Greek life to thank for that.
It feels amazing to see more and more students at Fitchburg State who want to get engaged. It’s so close and dear to me to see young Latinos and people of color, because I totally know what they’re going through.