Look “energy” up in Webster’s and you will find Lauren Litz ‘19. Communication major, writing, Irish literature and political science minor, member of the volleyball team, avid reader, and someone with a ready smile, Lauren has moved through her time here at Le Moyne with purpose, enthusiasm and vigor.
“Within the course of four years, [I’ve done] things I never dreamed I would, and I do believe a large part of my motivation for doing so can be credited to the opportunities and lessons provided to me by this College. Thanks to the role of Jesuit values in the Le Moyne education, I learned how important it is to use your education as a means by which to develop the individual, and I used the experiences around me to help enhance my personal development. I studied abroad, built relationships, made mistakes and learned a ton from them, and I emerged from each of these adventures a little more confident, a lot more conscious of balancing my physical and mental health and, eventually, a completely different person than who I was when I first got here.”
“I can honestly say that I'm far more motivated to chase my dreams than I was before, and the professors I've had have shown me that it's actually possible to make things happen for yourself on a larger scale if you dedicate effort and time to it. I do feel as though I'm fully prepared to graduate and enter the workforce after spending four years at Le Moyne and, again, I'm incredibly grateful.”