As Middle Tennessee State University concludes yet another Spring semester, the sidewalks and hallways resemble a ghost town.
The surest signs of life on campus can be found at the James E. Walker Library, where students diligently study for their final exams.
With the passing of another academic year, so passes on another graduating class of seniors.
For the past two years, MTSU has graduated approximately 3500 seniors in the Spring. Now, it is time for the class of 2016 to walk across the stage.
After 5 years of college, graduating senior and Recording Industry student Josh Ciminnisi tells us he is “ready to step out and see what he can make with his [college experience].”
Though the summer steadily approaches, the gray skies sprinkle rain down onto campus.
Despite the bleakness, graduating seniors are looking forward to brighter days ahead.