Four years of memories for seniors

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The Chimes asked seniors about their favorite memories from their time at Capital, the responses are below.

Spencer Delk

 “My fraternity, Alpha Sigma Phi, did a fundraiser for my mom when she was battling brain cancer … Not even knowing some of the guys at the time and having them all there to support and help out my family was so appreciated and showed the true brotherhood and values I was looking for …”

Andrew Rus

Making friends … Getting to travel to different states to compete … Getting to experience college in a way that isn’t so typical (through sports).”

Philip Baltzer

 “Spending a semester studying abroad in Hungary.”

Allison Engle

“I was able to find my best friends here at Cap … People who truly care about me and have helped me through some really tough things in life. Capital as a whole is such a loving community of students, professors, and staff.”

Noah Sutton

Noah Sutton

“Going to see movies every week with roommates was super impactful and something I’ll cherish for a long time.”

Katie Bachelder

Katie Bachelder

 “I got to make a lot of friends, and (had) a lot of professors that taught more than their subject matter, they taught about life in general.”

Mill Stone

Mill Stone

 “Senior year is the highlight … Capital itself has been really good, the nursing program is very tight-knit even though we’re all very different.”

Samantha Wyant

Samantha Wyant

 “Being a member of Women’s Chorus … the group has been a supportive sisterhood through all the ups and downs of college and a community that continues to grow even after graduating.”

Jay Scott

Jay Scott

“I have … a bigger picture of the world and I’ve been able to enjoy my time [at Capital] with some really amazing people.”

Nathan Hutchins

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