Well, friends, it’s that time of year again. This week is Dead Week at the University and in a week and a half we will bid farewell to our seniors. As is our custom at St. A’s, I have asked the seniors to write a brief reflection on their time at UK and St. A’s.
Our first senior is Drew Sorenson. Drew is a civil engineer and clarinetist, and he has been our president this past year. Thanks, Drew!
Here is his reflection:
Few elements of my college experience have been as impactful and important as St. A’s. It has been both a pleasure and privilege to be a part of such a loving and supportive community. The last three years have been wonderful, full of love, laughs, and great conversation. Under the spiritual direction of Dana and Rob and with the help of my wonderful peers, I have grown spiritually and discovered new facets of my faith that four years ago I could not even imagine. I am so thankful that the Lutheran and Episcopal churches continue to support this incredible organization on campus, and I am grateful for all the members of the community who have shared their time and talents (and food) in support of this ministry. While I am excited to begin my job with the Indiana Department of Transportation after graduation, I am sorely going to miss this wonderful community of faith. This group has become like family to me, and I cannot thank them enough for the role they played in supporting me in my spiritual, social, and academic journey through college.