Katies reflect on another year and another memory

T-Minus two weeks until the 2014-15 academic year comes to an end. Late nights of cramming before tests, twenty page papers and gallons of coffee inhaled are about to lessen for a mere three months. The Wheel posed the question “What is your favorite memory from this school year?”, and these are our Katies’ answers.

Maggie Germscheid ‘18: “My favorite memory from my freshman year of college is meeting so many new people and making so many new friends. Definitely a year I will never forget!”

Shannon Hickey ‘18: “Definitely playing for the soccer team. I met great people and got to play my favorite sport. We also got to go to Barbados over spring break to play that was awesome! Our team did extremely well so that added to the trip but we also got to go boating one day, hang out by the pool and just enjoy one another’s company. Best spring break ever. ”

Ginny Anderson ‘17: “I loved going to the Women’s choir Sing-A-Thon. They did a great job and sounded beautiful!”

Gabby Scundi ‘17: “My soccer team went to Barbados for spring break and we beat their national team both times we played them. It was so much fun and so exhilarating! Definitely my favorite part of the school year.”

Onna Belter ‘16: “In my TRW (The Reflective Woman), we had to go to Dress for Success and volunteer, which was so amazing! I got to experience something new with new friends while helping others! I made one of my best friends through my TRW class.”

Cate Adams ‘16: “For this school year, my favorite part was getting along with my roommates! We had a lot of fun and clicked really well. I am so thankful for that.”

For some, the end of the school year could not come sooner and for others the year ended too quickly, but the common denominator for all Katies are the lessons learned and experiences shared. The best thing about memories is they seem to last forever. As the academic school year comes to an end and students begin to go separate ways for the summer, memories and experiences keep Katies connected.


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