From Me to You

Rebekah Froehlich

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This time of year, and especially in this issue of the Arrowhead, there tends to be a lot of focus on the seniors, and it is well deserved. They’ve worked hard for years and they’ve earned a little time in the spotlight. However, someone we often forget is the little siblings of the seniors. They have watched you for years, looked up to you, and now they have to see you go. So this one is for the siblings, or should I say, from the siblings. These are messages written to seniors from their little brothers or sisters expressing gratitude and love upon graduation.

 

Lauryn Graham to Logan Graham

My brother Logan will be attending Duquesne in the fall and even though he ignores me half the time, I will really miss him. However, I know he is going to succeed while he is there.

 

David Zullo to Nick Zullo  

All these years have been very fun with you. I hope you have a lot of fun in college and I’ll take your room.

 

Kate Wells to Jack Wells

I’m going to miss the sweet morning rides with the super aggressive music that gets my day started. I’ll miss being part of your psych class experiments. I’ll really miss having my brother up here at the hilltop. Good luck next year. Love you!

 

Libby Carroll to Payton Carroll

My best friend is moving 2 hours away and I don’t know if I should be sad or proud. You have always been there for me not matter what, and I don’t know what I’m going to do without you. I hope you make amazing friends (but not as good as me) in college!

 

Michael Place to Robert Place

Hey Robert it’s your little bro here. Crazy how you’re out of here next year and living the college life. Let the road take you and do great things, because I know you can.

 

Emily Hronec to Jordyn Hronec

All throughout my life I have always been asked what it’s like living in my sister’s shadow, and I simply say I’m not. Jordyn and I are polar opposites. She is incredibly book smart and reserved and I on the other hand am very carefree and outgoing. We just balance each other out. We are always there for one another whether we ask for it or not. She has taught me so many valuable things that I could not get from anyone else. Yeah she gets on my nerves when she acts like my mom but I couldn’t ask for a better sister/ best friend/ wannabe mom. Good luck to you Jordyn and I will be there for you every step of the way. I love you. ~ Emily

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