It has been almost three years since I graduated SNA. Time flies. This year, I have entered the second semester of my junior year. My name is Hara Kuh, a student of the class of 2016. I feel a little weird, but honorable to send this letter to my alma mater, today. Recalling my life in high school, I realize more, day by day, how blessed and encouraged I was by so many teachers and friends. I still know not how to repay my debt of gratitude to all my teachers, whose lessons motivated me to find enjoyment in those subjects until now. Most memorably, I was blessed to have Ms. Jennifer as my teacher, who was beside and helped me in so many ways since I was in grade eight until my graduation. Moreover, thanks to Mr. Philip for inspiring me to take English Language and Literature as my second major, along with my first major, International Studies. Life on campus is full of hustle and bustle, full of excitement, and solitude that occasionally follows along. I gained more independence as well as decision-making skills after entering my university. All the encouragement, as well as the love that I received in SNA, acted as a cornerstone for me to thrive through the difficulties I experienced.