The semester ends with a farewell to the overload of homework, all-nighters as well as meal-swipes, we also say goodbye to the illustrious Savannah State University's very own seniors.

Thanks to the hard work, determination, and drive they have put into their degree, the long-awaited, "I did it" will be exhaled from proud mouths as they walk across the stage.

A 21-year-old forensic science biology major, Jazzmine Jones, has been a student here for four years. As she gets ready to end the year with a message to all freshman and seniors. Jones said, "Freshman- remember why you came to college. It is really what you make it."

Also, for the seniors she said, "No matter who gave up on you, just do not give up on yourself. It is worth it in the end." After graduation, Jazzmine plans to attend Georgia Southern University for Cyber Security starting the beginning of the summer.

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