Amanda Gray | May 31, 2018
Notre Dame Law School’s Class of 2018 will preserve memories from their three years as law students for decades to come, thanks to a new time capsule created by the students.
The container is engraved with “Class of 2018” and will store mementos voted on by the students, according to Student Bar Association President Athena Aherrera. This is a first for the Law School and will hopefully continue for future graduating classes.
“The whole point of these items in the capsule is to remind us of our experiences and memories and to evoke feelings that we felt during those specific instances,” Aherrera said. “It could be feelings that we felt individually or something that our classmates could have felt, as well. It is definitely a fun, great, and sentimental way to commemorate some of our experiences that we shared together in law school.”
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