A busy fall semester full of many things to do,

Our planning with the freshmen for a trip to somewhere new,

In Harper’s Ferry, we discovered history – and found

Some friendships with our classmates as walked about the town.

The Lego Challenge showed us how, together, we could thrive,

If we could always work that well, we know that we’ll survive.  

A series of great lunches brought alumni home to see us,

And time and time again they said they wished that they could be us.

We always have careers in mind to help increase vocation,

So students in Ms. Verni’s course learned sports communication.

And Dr. Greene was thrilled to lead a search within his class

For answers to identity, a quest into the past.

 

How proud we were to hear when Dr. Harris spoke of heart,

The graduation service was enlivened with her part.

Our transfer students profited from partners of their peers,

And thanks to Mrs. Noya, we can count on them for years.

Socktober brought in hundreds for our gifts to help the mission,

The socks we took to Baltimore began a new tradition.

How thrilled we were to learn that Dr. Bell would be expecting

(Though many of our students were for months quite unsuspecting).

Through NCA proposals to the conference in November,

Our faculty were busy every second since September.

A new club name and launch for ’47 House was stellar,

And hopes are high the event planning text will be the next bestseller.

Our interns, always wonderful, outdid themselves this year,

And spoke with such proficient skill – the praise was quite sincere.

Their posters were inventive, full of great imagination,

Their guests were fascinated by each student presentation.

When Kevin Byrne stopped in to speak, his tales of many things

Were almost as exciting as his shiny Ravens rings.

It’s been a term so busy that our minds are nearly numb,

We’ll take a moment, gather thoughts, and see what is to come,

A New Year filled with gratitude, with joy, and lots more cheer,

We can’t wait to see what happens as ‘16 draws ever near.