Welcome Home

Being at a small school, FUS students are close-knit and there is a distinct sense of belonging to a community. Franklin is not just a school, but a family and a home to many of our students. 

When I arrived back on campus two weeks ago, it was like coming back to a second home that I missed dearly. Even though I'm barely starting my junior year, I am already dreading the moment that I graduate and have to say goodbye to Lugano.

This feeling of 'home' is something you've probably heard me talk a lot about on the blog already... maybe too much! So don't just take my word for it! I'm super happy to finally introduce you all to a project I've been working on since last spring semester: Franklin Faces

My classmate and I interviewed six different Franklin students from across the world so that you could hear their stories too. Even though they come from vastly diverse backgrounds, all of the students I interviewed spoke about some common themes, including a shared sentiment of Franklin as a home. 

This first interview (Meet Clarence!) is no exception. My favorite quote from this interview is: 

"It's probably the best thing that I've done in my life so far..."

 Agreed! Franklin truly is the adventure of a lifetime.
Watch the full video here, and let me know what you think! 

I hope you like this series as much as I do.
We will be posting a new video every other week, so keep a look out! 

Oh, and to all the current Franklin students out there reading this, WELCOME HOME! 


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