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May 17, 2023

Roberts' Class of 2023 Senior Trip

Students were given an opportunity to see new places they may have never seen before during their recent senior trip. For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic, on April 28-30th, Roberts Wesleyan University went on their annual senior trip.

The seniors spent the weekend seeing new places, experiencing the area and what it has to offer. And of course, celebrating their hard work of the last four years!

The first stop on the trip was the Adirondacks in New York’s “North Country.”

A group of students smiles in front of lake

On Saturday, the students picked between three excursions paid by the senior class: hiking Prospect Mountain, climbing the ropes in Adirondack Extreme, or making their own candle with Wax’n’Wix.

Candles made by studentsStudents smile in wooden tunnel swing

“The trip was very chill and flexible,” said Jack Saia ‘23 (Psychology). “My favorite activity had to be the high ropes course - I had never done one of these before and it was a great experience getting to zip line through the trees while high up in the air!”

A group of students smiles in front of nature

“As I look back on these past four years, I am so grateful and blessed to have had an amazing college experience at Roberts Wesleyan University,” said Andrew Putnam ‘23 (Physical Education). “I’ve got a mix of feelings about graduating…  However, I know that God’s will will happen in my life. All I need to do is remain faithful and obedient to Him. I will always have these memories and lifelong friendships. No one can take these away.”

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