Mihaylo’s Business Honors Program has sponsored the Before I Die wall, which provides CSUF students a place to write their life goals and ambitions. The annual six-foot-tall chalkboard wall is on campus through Thursday.
Where do you hope to see yourself in the future? Do you want to be a leader in your profession, have a family, travel the world, make a positive impact on society or enjoy your favorite hobby? Cal State Fullerton students are writing down their hopes and dreams on a chalkboard wall at Mihaylo Hall this week. Dubbed the “Before I Die” wall by the Business Honors Program, it is a place for students to reflect on their future.
Started by students in 2013, the wall has become an annual event that has drawn the attention of the campus community and even CSU Chancellor Timothy White.
“The students of the Business Honors Program created the wall to foster community among CSUF students and promote the honors program,” says the program’s Vice President for Public Relations Luc Ceci ’17 (finance). “Through sharing our dreams we inspire one another and often create a few laughs as well.” Read More