What a year!

Posted by Madison Simmons in Tales from the Barn. 4 comments

6th May

Don’t mess with Second West

I have just finished one of the best years of my life! Finishing my first year of college feels amazing and quite an accomplishment. I’m most definitely going to miss all my friends, the laughter and adventures – in fact, I already do!  I couldn’t have asked for anything better than what I got. My floor mates were absolutely amazing as we always had an open door policy, movie nights, homework study sessions, fun and time to just chill together.

Choosing to come to Findlay was one of the best decisions I have ever made and I cannot wait to see these girls again next year! Even though I am disappointed that I can’t see all my friends and these amazing girls everyday I am busy getting ready for the adventures of summer. This summer … Read More »



Saying Goodbye

Posted by Emily Gajewski in Perfect Fit. No Comments

1st May

A couple weeks ago I closed my last show at Findlay.  It was bittersweet, as have been all the goodbyes I’ve said.  I know theatre is something I will take into the rest of my life, but I know that I will miss the people I have worked with these past four years at Findlay.

It is truly amazing how much college will change you.  If you open yourself up to new activities and never get tired of asking questions, you will leave college with few regrets.  But you can’t do everything, and at the end of the four years there will be things you wish you had done more of.  I wish I had done more intramural sports.  I miss playing sports and wish I had become a part of that community of students.  But I invested my time into … Read More »






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