Leave your legacy at Asbury in right hands by contributing your Senior Will to the final issue of Asbury Collegian for the 2014-2015 year. Here’s an example:

Sarah Choate, I leave you the wooden chair in Dr. Hurlow’s office (trust me, you’ll be in there a lot with questions about life and the Review), campus cat, Cottage Cafe, and half of my heart because you’re my favorite coffee-date-love-language buddy. Karis Rogerson, I leave you motherly and big sister affection and advice and Emma Approved. Claire Hill, I leave you with the weighty responsibilites of a double major in English AND creative writing: put off academic writing for fiction writing, care about Corgis and all things British. Kiley Koeppe, I leave you all the beautiful things: long hugs, Taco Bell, Grille Food (winky face), hanky waves, Sam Cooke, Psych, dancing, and generally all things yellow. Erin Sigmund, I leave you to care for and cultivate our plans to live in Pittsburgh together and be total hipsters. It still needs to happen. Kelsey Lane, I leave you all that comes with the name “Kelsey”: misspellings, mispronunciations, and all things awesome like that. (Also, lots of hugs, little buddy.) Nick Manchester, I leave you merciless teasing if you flake out on cabinet lunch once you become president. Victoria Dandurand, I leave you trail mix and snuggles. Brenden Steury, I leave you the reassurance that in reality I would never just wander into the WGM center, turn off a movie while you were in the middle of it and then just leave. Mandy Smith, I leave you Gilmore Girls and the request that you’ll come live with me and be my live-in chef. I can pay you in poems and hugs. Hunter Miller, I leave you walking and the pancake cart business that could have made us billionaires. Kale Bandy, I relinquish you from your stalker privileges… You can stop following me now.

Love, 

Kelsey Campbell

Funny or serious, please submit your famous last words to Meredith Schellin by Tuesday, April 21st!

meredith.schellin@asbury.edu

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