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Points of Departure: “I Knew I Was Where I Was Supposed to Be.”

Fallon Williams (CAS’08)

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What’s it like to move on after four years at Boston University? What’s over? What’s not? What, besides the construction on the Kenmore Square T stop, will go on forever? BU Today asked graduates of the Class of 2008 to talk about what they brought, what they are taking away, and what they will always carry with them.

Fallon Williams (CAS’08) reads “Magnolia Blossoms,” an original piece about the importance of perseverance — one of many things she takes with her when she graduates.

Check back tomorrow to watch more seniors reflect on their time at BU. Click here to watch Points of Departure: “Where Does the Love Begin?” Click here to watch Points of Departure: “You Get to Be Whoever You Want to Be.”

Alan Wong can be reached at alanwong@bu.edu.

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One Comment on Points of Departure: “I Knew I Was Where I Was Supposed to Be.”

  • Irene Moustakas on 05.15.2008 at 1:30 pm

    Fallon: Well done!! Congratulations on your graduation. I know that your own magnolia tree will always be with you.

    Irene

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