A Freshman Bonner Perspective

Posted on September 17th, by Naina Sakruti in Blog and Updates Content, Blog Posts. No Comments

When I submitted my Bonner Leaders application in May, I didn’t understand how big a part of my life this organization would become. I still don’t fully realize it, but I can at least grasp it now. In the last few weeks, Bonner became my foundation, my home base.

I went from knowing no one to gaining a family. And really, that’s what this is. When the veteran Bonners met most of the freshmen at Honors Retreat, they cared about our success not only as a Bonner but as a student, as a listener, as a doer and as a human being. And since then, I’ve made a friend which grew to three, and now I find people I know all over campus and at Moody and in class because of this network.

But more importantly, these last few weeks … Read More »

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