It feels strange to summarize four years of my life as a single project, but from 2010 to 2014 I was, in one form or another, engaged with my undergraduate studies. These were years defined by the classical dichotomies such as joy and sorrow, success and failure, and, of course, growth and pruning. My time at Boston College was beneficial enough for me to reflect—an activity the Jesuits are quite fond of—on a diverse variety and positive collection of formative experiences during my time there.

(More on this later when I’m in a more contemplative mood)