March 17, 2022
March 17, 2022
Luke Walser is making the trip out east to attend Villanova University—located in none other than Villanova, Pennsylvania. Luke committed to the university on February 23rd, and he plans on studying biology for his undergrad. He will start his first semester at Villanova this fall.
“I love the campus and how the students interacted with each other when I was walking around. It is also an incredibly collaborative college so I won’t have to feel like I am competing with my classmates.” – Luke Walser
Ryan Sever will be staying close to home when he starts attending St. Thomas University this fall. Enrolled as a business management/undecided student, he likes the college for its community and distance from home.
Natalia Zamorano will be attending the University of Minnesota starting this fall, where she will study biology, environment, and society in the College of Liberal Arts. She made her decision just this February, and can’t wait to begin her college journey.
“I really like the location (especially the city), cost, and school spirit.” – Natalia Zamorano
Fiona Lynch will be moving out east this fall to Boston College, where she will major in international studies for her undergraduate degree. She’s also thinking about minoring in French! Fiona committed to BC early last December, and can’t wait to start her new life in Boston.
“When I visited Boston College I really enjoyed the campus and how close it is to the city of Boston.” – Fiona Lynch
Emma Hoen will be heading south to Missouri to play hockey for Lindenwood University this July. Although she is officially undecided, Emma is leaning towards studying something related to business for her undergrad. She committed to Lindenwood in September of 2021.
“I love how the campus is so modern and how the location of the campus is 15 minutes away from St. Louis. I also love the challenging schedule the hockey team plays.” – Emma Hoen
Lilly Pihart will be heading just south of the Twin Cities this fall to attend St. Olaf College in Northfield. She plans on double majoring in studio art and environmental studies/conservation. The strong emphasis that St. Olaf puts on liberal arts is one of the main reasons Lilly decided to attend.
“I am excited to attend St. Olaf because I will be surrounded by people who have many hobbies and interests in common with me.” – Lilly Pihart
Sully Lawrence is making the journey to Omaha, Nebraska this fall to attend Creighton University! He plans to double major in both business and studio photography, and intends to be a sports photographer for Creighton athletics. Sully committed to Creighton earlier this March.
“Smaller school in big city, fun atmosphere, good culture.” – Sully Lawrence, when asked what he likes about Creighton.
Fort Worth, Texas is Cassidy Gonyea’s college destination. Having been accepted to Texas Christian University in December, Cassidy is currently committed to TCU’s nursing program! She will begin her first semester at the school this fall.
“I loved the sense of community when I visited last year. They also offer direct admission into their nursing program which was very important to me in my decision.” – Cassidy Gonyea
Jack Mulcahy will be starting the next chapter of his life in Fargo, North Dakota this fall when he begins his postsecondary education at North Dakota State University. Jack’s intended major is natural resource management, and he’s excited to be able to study in a location where he can also participate in outdoor activities.
“I love the fact that I will be able to hunt and fish nearby while still living in a big town.” – Jack Mulcahy
Annabella Near just recently committed to the University of Missouri (Mizzou!) in Columbia, Missouri. She chose the school for its appealing campus and focus on academics. Starting this August, Annabella will be spending the next four years studying health science!
“I like both the atmosphere of the campus and the academics.” – Annabella Near