Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI– When asked about friendships and how they have changed throughout the years, many people reflect in different ways. Although these reflections may be negative, their new experiences with college relationships seem positive in comparison to the past.
A group of friends play a card game to pass the time in the new Bio-Science building. Thursday, February 23, 2017.
Rob Blunier, Sophomore (top left), Zane Sarafiny, Freshman (bottom left), and Geoffrey Wing, Senior (top right) play a card game in the Bio-Science building to pass the time and bond as friends. Thursday, February 23, 2017.
Geoffrey Wing, Senior, smiles as he recalls his faith in God and how it helped build his friendships. Geoffrey says that “in college there is more respect and love”. Thursday, February 23, 2017.
Zane Sarafiny, Freshman (top left) Geoffrey Wing, Senior (bottom left) and Rob Blunier (bottom right), reflect on the differences they faced with friendships in high school compared to college. Thursday, February 23, 2017.
Brandon Covert, Freshman, sits in the new Bio-Science building, Thursday, February 23, 2017. Brandon states that he has “met more people in college that I share more interests with than in high school”.