2021 graduating class reflects on their Michigan memories

Despite a long year of remote and mixed learning, the class of 2021 have plenty to celebrate as they reflect on their college experiences.
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It’s been a long year of remote/mixed learning and social distancing, but commencement is important to celebrate. So we asked CSE students to share memories and reflections from their Michigan experience to commemorate their achievement in their own way. See the “yearbook” of memories that we’ve compiled below.

Jiaxiang Ma – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

The past two years at Michigan is memorable for me as an international student. Life is challenging, but I made it!

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Arav Agarwal – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I learned this, at least, by my experiment; that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.

Kanu Gaba – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

“Every Michigan fan remembers exactly where they were when Jordan Poole hit the buzzer beater to beat Houston and send us to the Sweet 16”

Arthur Jenoudet – Master’s, CSE

Michael Rakowiecki – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

Thank you to everyone who helped me through the wonderful, frustrating, and learning experience that is college!

Matthew Lile – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

“We must know. We will know” – David Hilbert

Siddhant Pagariya – Bachelor’s, Computer Science



Daniel Hoekwater – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I want to thank the wonderful EECS course staff and advisors for their devotion to help students navigate such a challenging time with transient expectations. It is invaluable the amount of time they put in to ensure each class and advising session is impactful, and it is evident that there is no shortage of passion in this department.


Alex Hsia – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

A special thank you to Mom and Dad for supporting me throughout my time at Michigan.  A big thanks to Solomon, for being a great roommate, Eric, Gabe, & Sky, etc., for your friendship. Another thanks to MRADS (Michigan Research and Discovery Scholars) for all the opportunities for research and personal growth.

Yunsoo Kim – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Cherish the past, live the present, and create the future.


Tianyu Shou – Master’s, CSE

I miss the in-person lectures

Joseph Berman – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I would like to thanks my parents, siblings and friends for helping me get to this point, I really could not have done it without this massive network of support behind me!


Meredith Allen – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

COVID-19 has really made me appreciate the small, mundane things. So my favorite memory is not a big event, but rather grabbing some snacks from Chez-Betty and studying in the BBB atrium with my friends.

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Enpei Zhao – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Design the future!

Utsav Lathia – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Fav memory – the polar vortex that cancelled classes for 2 days our sophomore year


Austin Xie– Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Katie Knister – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I am incredibly thankful for my lecturers and professors who showed deep care for their students. So many names come to mind as I write this, which is truly amazing to me. Getting to know them and seeing just small glimpses of the tremendous amount of effort they put in behind the scenes really showed me that they didn’t just care about their students’ academic lives; they cared about us as people, and I am so thankful for that kind of support.

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Celebrating with my mom after a football game my freshman year; Standing in the Big House for graduation photos


Kyle Marieb – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I would like to thank my parents, Mark and Lindsay, my brothers, Alexander and Brent, and my girlfriend, Maria, for their love and support during my college career. I love you all and Go Blue!



Guoxin Yin – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I would like to thank my dear parents, my friends and all the wonderful professors here for the support to me to study at the University of Michigan. It would definitely be one of my most precious time in my life. Through my study here, I firmly believe that software engineer is my dream job and I am really grateful for the excellent computer science courses and resources here at UMich.


Lawrence Glista – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I’ll never forget the football game vs Michigan State in the rain.

Hridey Sahgal – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

It always seems impossible until it’s done.

Xianjue Cai – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

My most significant Major Design Experience project was a game named A Maze In. A Maze In was developed by my team named JRTY in EECS 494 in Fall 2020. A Maze In is a 2D multiplayer game where two players race out of a hazardous maze to compete for the golden throne. The maze features both monsters and quizzes. Each player needs to both escape the monsters to keep safe and answer quizzes to receive magical powers to be more competitive.

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An iconic screenshot of A Maze In.

Riley Schnee – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

My time at U-M has flown by and I already miss Ann Arbor, my friends, and all of the chunky squirrels. It feels like just yesterday I was a freshman at MHacks, lying across 4 chairs in the BBB lecture hall, trying to get some sleep on a free YouTube pillow. I’m so proud to be a Wolverine and thankful for all of the fun times…family visits, getting drenched in the rain during football games, jeering at the opposing hockey goalies, sledding on anything but a sled, Bachelor watch parties, painting…first the Rock and later the walls of the HabLab, late-night Pizza House orders with my roomies, and traveling the country with a merry band of space-obsessed misfits. I found a second family at U-M…and I couldn’t have found them anywhere else. Go Blue!


Nicholas Kneupper – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Nothing felt more “Michigan” than walking around in the beautiful Ann Arbor weather the day of the Michigan vs. Michigan State night game in 2017. Even though the rain came and we didn’t pull out the win, I’ve never been more proud to be a Wolverine!

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Anagha Raichur – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

One of my favorite memories will always be dancing on stage at Hill Auditorium and Michigan Theater. It was a surreal experience looking into the audience and knowing all eyes are on you as you perform.

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Ho Seok Song – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Roses are red, Violets are blue, Unexpected ‘{‘ on Line 32


Zhicheng Ouyang – Master’s, CSE

Thanks for my parents and friends for the endless support!

A common occurrence - myself staring at Nitya Tammana's Panda Express orange chicken late night in the Dude

Benjamin Manley – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Remembering freshman year, I felt disconnected from all of the advanced work I saw upperclassmen completing – thinking back, I was probably over half a dozen courses away from truly understanding what I was watching. For any newer students questioning yourselves or your abilities for the same reason – you end up learning it all! It’s humbling to think about how my freshman year self would have looked — in a mix of awe and confusion — at the work I’m doing now. Huge thanks to all of the faculty, staff, and students that made that growth possible!

See a short video of  the Michigan RoboSub testing in the NCRB pool (featuring Monica Wang driving).

Also see a short video of Prof. Daniel Genkin using salami to perform a hardware attack on a laptop in EECS 388.

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(From left to right) Mackenzie Roberts, Montana Mott, Eashwar Mohan, and Ben Manley displaying Super MIDIo Bros at MHacks 11

Akik Kothekar – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

My favorite memory: representing Michigan at the squash nationals


Katie Lee – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Some of my favorite memories are the EECS183 showcase when my team got to build an app for the first time and exploring for free/good food on campus. I’m thankful for friends and family who supported me along the way and am excited to join the alumni community. GO blue!

Ankita Satyavarapu – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thank you to all my friends and family for supporting me throughout the most formative 4 years of my life thus far! Love you all

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Louis Gouirand – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Stay hungry, stay foolish


Yiqiu Sun – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

Do not go gentle into that good night.

Alexander Carter – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thank you to everyone along the way who has made this possible!

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Friends at The Big House!

Siddharth Pittie – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thank you to everyone that made my experience at my dream school the best it could be. Go Blue!


Simrun Buttar – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thank you to everyone who made these last four years so much fun! Special thanks to all my professors, IAs/GSIs, and peers that helped throughout all my classes!

John Luo – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thank you to my mom for letting me have fun, and thank you to my dad for making me study!

Bryan Chuing Seang Chan – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thank you to my mom, my father and my uncles for all the support!

Ezra Bekele – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thank you to the professors and advisors. I had a great time with my friends and meeting new people at U-Mix and IM basketball.

Tanvi Hegde – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thanks to my family, friends, professors, and all the people who helped me get to where I am today!

EECS 280 staff group pic on Halloween in 2018

Omar Al-Ejel – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thanks to Profs Paoletti, Juett, Jenkins, Darden, Fouhey, and many others in the EECS department for truly caring about students’ success and learning. Working as a TA with a number of lecturers revealed how much you all care about us; we’re lucky to have you.

Pranay Shah – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thanks to everyone who made my time at Michigan a holistic and exciting adventure! Go Blue!

David Wang – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

There’s a lesson in every experience.

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Keylonnie Miller – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

To my family, friends and teachers that helped me get her today, THANK YOU!


Brian Chan – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Travis Gurik – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

To my parents, my friends both old and new, and everyone else who has helped me get this far: thank you for all of your support and encouragement.

Zhiyang Chen – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Wherever you go, go with all your heart.

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The group photo of my excellent MDP team.
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Thanksgiving reception from Sam Brow, a staff member of HITS/Service Management.

Joseph Zawisa – Bachelor’s, Computer Science


Junhui Li – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Brett Levenson – Master’s, CSE

My favorite memory of Michigan was grinding on projects late into the night in the basement of the Hatcher library with my friends.

Navy & Marine Corps 244th Anniversary Birthday Ball

Marina Caporuscio – Bachelor’s, Computer Science


Keara Bird – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Getting a degree in engineering was something I wanted for so long and I had so many people tell me that I didn’t “look” like an engineer or that girls were destined to be worse at engineering than boys. I am so glad I stuck with it.


Kareen Faisal – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Celebrating Bagely’s birthday with delicious bagels and friends! Kareen and Gayathri

<3 Bagely


Drew Hirselj – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Jason Ding – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

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Maria Khalaf – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I attended Intercollegiate Nationals with the University of Michigan’s Figure Skating Club in Delaware in 2019, where I placed second in Novice Solo Free Dance.


Sravan Balaji – Bachelor’s, Computer Science


Samina Abdullah – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

Thank you to all of the EECS professors and IAs for their dedication to teaching students how to become excellent, knowledgeable, and curious engineers.

After 4 years of mentally, physically, and emotionally straining EECS courses, I can finally say I am graduating with a Computer Engineering degree with Honors and a Business minor from the University of Michigan. Forever Go Blue.


Yuyang Bai – Bachelor’s, Computer Science


Nitya Tammana – Bachelor’s, Computer Science


Matt Kvasnica – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Reid Sobota – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

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Yixuan Wang – Bachelor’s, Computer Science


Tengda Tang – Master’s, CSE

Thanks to the duder days ending with rings.

Spencer Hanson – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

“I’m going to stay up all night and then pull an all-dayer.” – Erich Shan while working on an EECS 280 project


Mabel Chan – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Dingkun Guo – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

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Rohan Prashant – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

It’s been a fun 4 years. Thanks to my family, friends, and mentors for helping me get here.

Nicholas Hoyer – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thanks to everyone that helped me along the way, both family and friends!


Sahil Farishta – Master’s, CSE

Faryab Haye – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

“You can do it. You were admitted into Michigan after all. It was not by chance” — EECS Professors when students are dealing with Imposter Syndrome

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Perks of graduating at home, you AND your cat get to dress up.

Nigel Charleston – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” -MLK

Madison Ericksen – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Celebrating all the friends we made (squirrel and human) and exams we survived. May we remain passionate and energized for a long time.

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The magic of north campus in the evening, and the beautiful glass ceiling of the chem building on central.

Simran Malik – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Despite knowing the journey and where it leads, I embrace it and I welcome every moment of it.

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Ram Natla – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Hand down, man down

Alexis Doreste Rodriguez – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I couldn’t have done this without the immeasurable support from my friends and family, both outside and within Michigan.

Lesley Escobar at the Stadium wearing Michigan merch.

Lesley Escobar – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Getting No Thai after completing a project was always the best way to celebrate. I will forever remember the hours I spent in the Dude basement and in the BBB for Office Hours. Would I have it any other way? Yeah, probably.

Emma Muth – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I could never have made it through these years and learned so much without my family, my fiancé, my EECS emotional support friends, the EECS 183 faculty and my fellow IAs/GSIs, and most importantly, God. “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” 2 Corinthians 12:9

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Zarif Sami – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I still have no idea what’s going on, but I’m rolling with it.


Xingyu Lu – Bachelor’s, Data Science

Yijie Yang – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I want to say thank you to all people who cared about me or helped me during my years at UM. I have met with scholars that helped me to discover my interests in data science and human machine interactions. I also met and worked with peers that taught me lessons on time management and personal growth. Joining UM has been the best decision I made since last 3 years. 


Samantha Fitch – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I would like to thank my family and friends for all the love and support they’ve provided me over my career as a student. I couldn’t have gotten here without you.

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John Bandon – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I would like to thank my family, my friends, and the professors, lecturers, GSIs, and IAs who have inspired me and encouraged me to accomplish my goals and to always work to achieve more.

Kevin Begic – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I’m grateful for the opportunities. Meeting fascinating professors and colleagues, exceeding expectations with the difficulties surrounding a first-generation student, utilizing classes to find professional opportunities, and the late nights building a search engine from scratch… and the too many memories with friends to list here. Thank you. 

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Bowen Dong – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

It has been an interesting journey for me! Go BLUE!

Maria Marginean – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I’m so thankful for all the friends and memories I’ve made at my time at Michigan. Grateful to have found my people in CS^2 and feel connected all over the world, no matter where I go next. Huge shout-outs to Giulia, Sabrina and Kyle, my best friends, for being the kindest, most supportive people I know and the biggest constants in my life. Everyone who lived in 504 Benjamin and in the cube 1st floor senior year, I love you all so dearly. As for my hometown gorls, thank you for keeping me sane during this pandemic. Lastly, I could not have done it without the infinite love and support of my family: Petru, Lori, and Bogdan.

John Bandon – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

I would like to thank my family, my friends, and the professors, lecturers, GSIs, and IAs who have inspired me and encouraged me to accomplish my goals and to always work to achieve more.

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Christina Vafaian – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”
— Ferris Bueller

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Zhipeng Yan – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Many thanks to my parents, professors, and many others who help and support me all the time! I could not make it this far without you. Today, I would start a new chapter of my life. Go Blue!

Tyler Fuelling – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

My favorite memories from my time at Michigan are all of the fall Saturdays that I spent with my friends watching the football games at The Big House

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Andrew Kim – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

MY favorite memory is pulling 3 consecutive all nighters in the sweaty and musty computer labs of the fishbowl while we eat NYPD pizza and draw memes on the whiteboard

Zhaoyuan Zhang – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Stay Hungry unless a Feast. Stay Foolish unless an Exam.


Cheng Jiang – Master’s, CSE

John McCartney – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

One of my favorite memories while at Michigan is participating in Smile Squad with the club Do Random Acts of Kindness, where we gave out free hugs, high fives, low fives, fun facts, fist bumps, and jokes to anyone passing through the Diag.

Jaroslaw Kawa – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Stay on the path.

Akshay Chacko

Shoutout to the Michigan Electronic Music Collective (MEMCO) and the Inter-Cooperative Council for making my college experience as amazing as it has been!

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Every year my favorite student org MEMCO goes to paint the Rock and take a group picture. We didn't get to this year because of COVID, but this picture is from when we did it in 2019.

Jiamu Wang – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.

Letao Chen – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thank you Mom, Dad, Brother, and all my friends! Without your supports, I can’t be here. Thank you University of Michigan! It’s my proud and honor to be a wolverine. Go Blue!

Han You – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Still waiting for the Bob and Betty Beyster Building Best Bubbly Bath to open!

Angela Salacata – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thank you mom, dad, manong, and the W20 EECS 482 IAs- you are all icons.

Ke Wu – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thank you for everything.

Q Cong – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thank you friends and fam for this amazing journey. Go Blue!

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Ziqi Zhang – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thank you Panda Express!

Kirtana Choragudi – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thankful for EECS 183, the MI Symptoms/MI Lighthouse teams, and all of my incredible friends in the Computer Science program. You all made these the best 5 years!

Jamie Yadoff – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thank you to my classmates and parents.

Alex Ruan – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

The wind is rising… we must try to live!


Yulin Hu – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

The world awaits the dragon

Divya Ramanathan – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

These past four years at Michigan hasn’t been easy, but I have been lucky enough to be a part of some incredible communities on campus. From becoming an Instructional Aide for EECS 183, joining ResStaff, and moving on to teaching EECS 281, I have grown so much as both a student, teacher, and leader. I’ve taken hard exams and gotten through the ones that didn’t go so well; I’ve learned from my failures. I’ve found “my people.” I finally feel confident in my abilities to solve tough problems and think like a Michigan Engineer. I’m so grateful for all of the friends and faculty members who have supported me throughout this journey. Forever go blue! I just need a Washtenaw Dairy maize & blue donut now to celebrate 🙂


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EECS 183 IA's celebrating the end to an incredible EECS 183 showcase in Fall 2018; Jumping for joy at the Big House.
The best memories always came from game days at Michigan.

I Hun Chan – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Time will bring us back together.

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Reuben Gutmann – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Thank you so much to all the amazing EECS faculty for sharing their expertise!


Jiankai Pu – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

To be alive is to live.

Yajing Zhao Bachelor’s, Computer Science  

To summarize thousands of words into one sentence: Thank you, University of Michigan!

Kexin Huang – Bachelor’s, Computer Science  

University of Michigan starts my way to chase dreams and has my best three years in life! Go Blue!


Zijian Zhang – Bachelor’s, Computer Science  

What’s past is prologue. Go Blue forever!!!


Yunhao Wang – Bachelor’s, Computer Science 

“Without freezing cold, the pine will never become tenacious.

Without repeated grinding, the blade will never become sharp.”


Alex Shulman – Bachelor’s, Computer Science 

Jessica Xige Wu – Bachelor’s, Computer Science 

You never know who you really are.

David Golm – Bachelor’s, Computer Science 

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Jacey Workum – Bachelor’s, Computer Science 


Nick Cotton – Bachelor’s, Computer Science 


Andrew Wei – Bachelor’s, Computer Science 

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Adam Kahana – Bachelor’s, Computer Science 

Coding at UMich!

Shuyan Yu – Bachelor’s, Computer Science 

Kristina Danos – Bachelor’s, Data Science

Grateful for the memories I’ve made over the past four years and can’t wait for the adventures to come!


Rishi Barad – Bachelor’s, Computer Science 

Yineng Yan at BBB.

Yineng Yan – Bachelor’s, Computer Science 

Adam Michalec – Bachelor’s, Computer Science 

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Keira Damaska – Bachelor’s, Computer Science 


Danuj Gandikota – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Jad Chaar – Master’s, CSE

“Progress lies not in enhancing what is, but in advancing toward what will be.” – Khalil Gibran


Isha Bhatt – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

“For there is always light, if only we’re brave enough to see it, if only we’re brave enough to be it” – Amanda Gorman

Alexander Erf – Master’s, CSE

Go Blue! 〽️

Xincheng Huang – Master’s, CSE

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Yongle Liu – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

Thanks to everyone.

Eashwar Mohan – Master’s, CSE

“You’ve got to make a statement. You gotta look inside yourself and say, ‘What am I willing to put up with today?'” – Arin Hanson

Xuyang Zhang – Master’s, CSE

Think about how chaotic 2020 is and you survived it. Nothing can stop you, Girl!

Gillian Minnehan – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

“”The stumbler doesn’t build her life by being better than others but by being better than she used to be. Unexpectedly, there are transcendent moments of deep tranquility. For most of their lives their inner and outer ambitions are strong and in balance. But eventually, at moments of rare joy, career ambitions pause, the ego rests, the stumbler looks out at a picnic or dinner or a valley and is overwhelmed by a feeling of limitless gratitude and an acceptance of the fact that life has treated her much better than she deserves.” — David Brooks

While at Michigan, I have had many of these moments of gratitude. Thank you for everything, UMich. Forever Go Blue <3

Alexis Roberts – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

“Those who stay will be champions.” – Bo Schembechler

Ryien Hosseini – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

I wanted to thank my mom and dad for always supporting me through thick and thin while I pursued my degree!

Cameron Kabacinski – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

I’m incredibly grateful to all my friends and family that have supported me throughout college, especially my parents for all they have done to help me. I have so many great memories to look back on, and am excited for the next stage of my life. Go Blue!


Xinyu Wang – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

Moonlight drowns out all but the brightest stars.

Marcelo Almeida – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

My favorite memory is coming back to campus after a long freshman year summer and feeling like I had truly found a home in Ann Arbor.


Justin Beemer – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

Thanks to all who contributed to my education and growth over the last four years, including friends, family, classmates, professors and mentors.

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The Michigan Mars Rover Team celebrating the completion of our season at the University Rover Challenge in Hanksville, Utah, where we placed 7th out of 36 teams.

Aakash Venkatesan – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

Thanks to my friends and family for a great 4 years.

Beste Aydin – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering


Matthew French – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering


Alec Davies – Bachelor’s, Computer Engineering

Janet Vu – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

It’s been quite an adventure! From running like Naruto on the Diag my freshman year to making waffles and raffling prizes off during pre-covid Michigan Hackers Hack Nights, I can’t say I have an absolute favorite memory. Overall, I’m so grateful for the tough but enriching experience at Michigan, especially all the people who were part of it 🙂


Jumanah Colvin – Bachelor’s, Computer Science

Suyang Hu – Master’s, CSE

Thanks to the people that I love, we all have bright futures!

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