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o baring an interest, first year LSA students Joseph Case and Andrew Klein compose a duet on their guitars. Neither of them knew each other prior to move in, but they met through a mutual friend with whom they shared a Elizabeth Maddock Michigan Life 77
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continued from page 75 " All my best friends I met at orienta- tion, " said sophomore business major Cristina Lane. " I can ' t imagine how different the last two years would have been if I would not have met these friends who will be around for a lifetime. " " I roomed blind my freshman year, " said junior English major Maloree Yang. " I be- came so close to the girls I was thrown together with by chance that I have lived with them the past three years, " Yang said. " It just happened without my effort. " In addition to meeting long term friends as roommates, students found that they became close with those in the organizations they were involved with. " I played IM football just for fun, " said sophomore biology major Matt Epstein. " Now some of the guys on that team are my closest friends. " Still others formed long term relation- ships with students in their dorms. " I never thought I would still be close with the girls who oophomore engineering student Jackie Ferstle re- sides with the same per- son she roomed blind with her first year. Ferstle and her roommate both joined the crew team last year and continued to grow close. hirst-year engineering student Megan Lehamn and her hallmates Erin Massengaleand Elizabeth Olaryn, both first-year LSA students, all roomed blind. All three girls got along well with their roommates. lived next door to me my freshman year, " said junior business major Mark Spender. " If we wouldn ' t have happened to live next to each other I would have never made the friendships that I did with those girls. They still visit often this year and we have even kept in touch over the summer, " Spender said. " If it happened that I lived next to some other girls, I would not have those friendships today. " Some students met the ones they were to spend the rest of their lives with while at the University. Others made life-long friendships, were introduced to new organizations and hob- bies, and were forever influenced by the events in their lives. Students experienced the college years knowing that each day an event could occur or a person may be met who would change their lives forever. Looking back, University students were forced to wonder how their lives would be differ- ent if life hadn ' t unfolded as it did. Elizabeth Maddock 76 What If Elizabeth Maddock
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