Craziest College Memory: UVa Graduates Reflect

By: News Email
By: News Email

May 16, 2014

As UVa students prepare for final exercises on Sunday, we asked them a question you can only answer after the years of studying and socialzing has ended: what is your craziest memory in your time at UVa?

Four soon-to-be-graduates answered.

"One of the most fun nights I had was when we had that big blizzard or snowstorm. Probably had about 30 people at my house. Never made it to the Corner, but definitely multiple people passing out, like, in the 2 feet of snow in my backyard. And having to like, shake them to get up. It was fun. Never streaked the lawn, though," said Bill Besash, who will graduate from Darden business school on Sunday.

"First year, I went streaking the lawn and I got tackled and now the video's on YouTube. You can't tell it's me," said Matt McGill, a UVa fourth year. "I guess now people are gonna tell it's me."

"One of my most fondest memories is just making really bad life decisions. Like...ordering fast food late at night when we're doing homework, and...chugging energy drinks because we need this assignment turned in or something," said Jeanhee Pak, a UVa fourth year.

"I went skydiving my first year for Halloween. So, I dressed up as Super Woman, and went skydiving with some of me, I guess, suitemates from my first year dorm," said Margaret Fuller, a UVa fourth year.


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