Senior Week 2019


Listen up seniors! End of our senior years, and ending for majority of us, our college career, is just around the corner.

But not all of that needs to be sad, for one of the most fun and exciting weeks of your college career is nearing!

Senior Week!!

An entire week dedicated to the seniors, planned by senior class council members.

This year Victoria Shaw, Jamien Lawson, Kassandra Wiggett, and myself have put on quite a week of events to end our senior years right.

The week starts on Monday, May 6th up until the day of graduation, May 11th, and will be buckets of fun.


The traditional pub signing, and grad cap decorating party.

This will take place in the pub, obviously, and will have lots of different materials to make that perfect grad cap.

Bring your creativity, bring your best signature, and you’ll be sure to have a good time with the dollar drafts being served during the event.


Beach party at the Lyons Center.

Wear your best (bathing) suit and come for a good time. There will be drinks, a BBQ outside, bonfire, tiki torches, etc.


Brews and BBQ at the Henniker Brewery. Shuttles will be available.

Beer… food trucks…. lawn games… music… what more could you want! Another event that is sure to put a smile on your face, and give you a few good laughs and memories. Fingers crossed for good weather, so the event can take place outdoors. But don’t worry even if the weather isn’t great the brewery has a great indoor setup as well!


Pats Peak formal. Shuttles will be available.

A night to remember for sure. Show the rest of your class how nicely you can clean up, and dress to impress. Good food, good drinks, and good music. Come and enjoy a beautiful scenery and grab a few nice photos in front of the peak.


Friday will be the rehearsal for the graduation ceremony. Saturday will be the real deal, graduation. The big day.

Senior tickets are $40 up until April 15th, then they become $50. So go and get your ticket soon!!

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Katie is a senior Communication Studies student at New England College focusing on public relations. When she is not in class or writing for The New Englander, you can find her in the ice rink where she plays for the women's ice hockey team.
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