Congrats on your graduation!!
I, too, worked a variety of shifts in my 31 year career, and nights was definitely my favorite shift. Too many chiefs on days, can't find your patients when you need them if they are at crafts, therapy, etc. Also on days you have 3 meals to endure med passes. If an emergency arises, you are, most of the time, on your own to catch up with your other duties after the emergency has been addressed. Granted, the supervisor should be available to assist with everything, but, depending on the facility, that may not be the case.
It is easier on nights to get yourself organized. I've had some hellish nights, worse than the dayshift, but it seems you have more time to get things done. Just my opinion, having worked all shifts in all areas. Good luck.