I have a small space to sum up my college experience, offer my parting wisdom and bow out of the best four years of my life graciously, so I have to choose what I say with extreme care. Here is my best attempt to squeeze in the most important things I've learned:
The heat is rising and people are coughing and sneezing all over the place. No, it's not a swine flu outbreak; spring is in the air, and one thing that always comes along with great weather is great concerts. There are few bigger thrills than taking off from work early, packing your friends and a grill into the car and getting ready for a killer live show from your favorite band.
After a 17-15, 7-11 year in 2008-2009 in which the men's basketball team added two benchmark recruits for future improvement, the fourth year of head coach Bobby Gonzalez's time at Seton Hall is already surrounded with hype and speculation months before it gets underway.
There are many things I have learned during my time here at Seton Hall University. I could fill more than this space discussing my high and low points in college or complaining about the lack of interest in certain activities or the need for a greater sense of tradition at Seton Hall.