The Archway Newspaper as well as the entire Bryant Community, could not thank you enough for all of your valuable contributions you brought to us. Ever since you stepped foot on campus, you became a huge attribute, a wise mentor, and a loved friend. Your contributions in all of your efforts, all of the organizations you help ran, and all of the positions you held, exceeded the universities expectations and you will be truly missed.  The whole community will miss your open arms and warm smile. Here is what some of your colleagues and friends had to say about you.

“If you can’t figure out your purpose, find out your passion.  For your passion will lead you right into your purpose”.  This sums up my colleague Sue. During her short time at Bryant, she has challenged, inspired and mentored so many Bryant students.  Most of all, she has fostered a vision of collaboration, inclusivity and friendship within the Bryant community. Thanks for being not just a great colleague but a better friend.  I will miss your positivity and our obsession with Café Such a Bagel coffee flavors!” – Lisa Morris, OCE

“I could not have asked for a better mentor and friend as an advisor. Sue has taught me incredible lessons and she was always there for me whenever I needed her. She helped me grow as a student and a leader and helped me gain confidence and poise during my time at Bryant. I couldn’t thank her enough.” – Will Tondo, Archway Editor-in-Chief

I appreciate all that Sue has done for Greek Life & Leadership during her time at Bryant University. I wish her the best of luck in her new role!”– Josh Wilikin, OCE

“Sue Zarnowski is the reason I am the leader that I am today. I met Sue my freshman year through Linked Through Leadership, an organization she oversees. She taught me how to become a values-based leader, both on and off campus, and in my everyday life” -Logan Ribeiro, Linked Through Leadership

Again Sue, we could not thank you enough. Have fun and be safe. It is not goodbye, but a see you later.


The Archway Newspaper Staff and Bryant University Community