FAREWELL CLASS OF 2017

FAREWELL CLASS OF 2017

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What is your favorite memory at LIU Post? What are you looking forward to after graduation?

Photo by Thomas Gillen
Photo by Thomas Gillen

Thomas Scavetta – Broadcasting

Getting the opportunity to broadcast the Northeast-10 Conference Championship game for the football team. I honestly never thought I would get to call playoff football here at Post, let alone two NCAA tournament games thereafter. The environment was just incredible that day around the campus. I remember going down to the field to interview Coach Collins at the conclusion of the win and it felt so surreal.”

Pursuing my M.B.A. at Post in the fall and learn how to promote and market myself at a higher level. I don’t know what the future holds for me yet, but I believe this will assist me in my works as a sports broadcaster.”

Photo by Thomas Gillen
Photo by Thomas Gillen

Din Djukanovic -Finance 

Some of the good friends I’ve made throughout my 4 years here at Post. These are great people that I’ve gotten to know well.

After graduation I either plan on working at a real estate and property management company or going back to school to get my masters degree.

Photo by Thomas Gillen
Photo by Thomas Gillen

 

 

Kelly Carey – Forensic Science 

Getting to participate in homecoming with the cheerleading team.

Pursuing a career in forensic science since the field has a lot to offer. I’m excited to see what I can do.

Photo by Kristina Huderski
Photo by Kristina Huderski

 

 

Kenny Daley- Criminal Justice

Playing baseball and partying on Riggs lawn.

Looking forward to paying off my student debt.

 

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Photo by Nicole Curcio

 

Sharayah Spruill -Dance 

“As a student that has returned to finish my undergrad, I am excited to go out into the world with my degree. Studying at Post has enhanced my knowledge within dance studies and has given me a deeper appreciation for my craft.”

 

 

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Photo by Jada Butler

 

Savannah Cummings – Health Sciences 

Was being on a sports team, but also being involved in other things like Phenomenon and MIC Fest.

I cannot wait to be able to go to bed at night without having to do homework! [I look forward to] getting a job.”

Photo by Thomas Gillen
Photo by Thomas Gillen

 

 

Ben Brinton – Political Science & Theatre 

The game show portion of freshman orientation.

Moving back home to Nashville.

 

 

Photo by Alec Matuszak
Photo by Alec Matuszak

 

Angelina Dimaio – Healthcare Administration 

My favorite memory is when they always bring in puppies for finals week!

After graduation I will be relaxing all summer.

 

Photo by Thomas Gillen
Photo by Thomas Gillen

 

 

Mike Nicosia – Accounting 

Probably joining Theta Chi and becoming president of the fraternity.

Still trying to work here at Post and give back to my alma mater.

 

 

Photo by Thomas Asbaty
Photo by Thomas Asbaty

 

Alyssa Ruggerio- Public Relations

When I used to dorm during the spring my freshmen and sophomore year. My friends and I would hang out in between the suites and Brookville on the lawn, and play can jam.

Catching up on the sleep I’ve missed over the last four years and getting to utilizing my degree in the real world.

Photo by Ashley Bowden
Photo by Ashley Bowden

 

 

Taylor Bass – Musical Theatre

When I was a Student Leader during my sophomore year! I spent the whole summer with students from a ton of different majors and they became my family, it was amazing!”

“I’m most excited about starting my career as an actor. I feel like Post has prepared me with the necessary skills to succeed in this business, and going out and auditioning lately has really got me revved up about what’s in store after graduation!”

Photo by Alec Matuszak
Photo by Alec Matuszak

 

Nicholas Manikis -Health Sciences 

Working as Post EMS in the ambulance for three years.

Moving out and going to physicians assistant school.

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