May 23, 2022
May 23, 2022
Andrew Lyons is going out west to Lewis & Clark College! The future Oregonian is still deciding his future major. It could be math, or even environmental sciences! Andrew committed to the school in early April, and will be starting classes there this August.
“I love the location of Lewis and Clark. It’s settled in the woods right outside of Portland and I’ve always known that I want to live in Oregon. Lewis and Clark is also a smaller school which is better for building a stronger connection to the professors and other students.” – Andrew Lyons
Anna Busch is heading to Omaha this August to attend Creighton University! She plans on keeping herself quite busy over the next four years, as she wants to study English, Spanish, and psychology. Anna committed to Creighton in mid-April, and can’t wait to get started!
“I am SUPER excited to head off to Creighton and I never thought I would be so excited to leave home.” – Anna Busch
Alexa Adams made her college commitment during January of this year, and will be attending none other than California Baptist University this fall! As of right now, she plans on studying architecture during her college years. When asked why she picked California Baptist University, Alexa cited its community as one of the main reasons for her decision to attend.
Harrison Do is set to spend his undergraduate years attending St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. Starting this fall, Harrison will be studying biology and chemistry as majors in addition to pursuing management studies as a concentration. He intends to complete the pre-med track now, but if that doesn’t go as planned he’ll design his own major to be an amalgamation of management, marketing, and human resources. Harrison committed to St. Olaf College in April.
“I loved the welcoming community when I was visiting. St. Olaf is a beautiful campus surrounded by natural land and the great town of Northfield. Also, the music performance takes place almost every day, and there are always fun events going on on the campus.” – Harrison Do
Kate Daubenberger will be attending the College of St. Benedict starting this fall, where she’ll study psychology for her undergraduate degree! Kate is excited to spend time in classrooms with fewer students, and she’s also looking forward to going to the same college that many of her close friends will be at as well. Kate committed to St. Ben’s on April 1st.
“I like that I will still be close to home, but not close enough where I can go home every weekend or my parents can randomly drop by.” – Kate Daubenberger
Tate Lyster will be heading off to Purdue University, but he won’t be starting his attendance until the academic year 2023-2024. Until then, he’ll be enjoying a well-deserved gap year as he decides whether he wants to pursue music in addition to mechanical engineering during his undergraduate years. Tate committed to Purdue last winter.
“I kinda just did it because of the school’s cred and high employment rates after graduation. To me, all colleges will be pretty similar so most of the minor pros and cons aren’t so important to me.” – Tate Lyster
Avery Junker is heading to Villanova University this fall to study political science on the pre-law track! She picked the university primarily for its wonderful community and its commitment to service. Avery committed to Villanova in mid-April.
“The campus felt super inviting and welcoming and everyone who I met was incredibly kind!” – Avery Junker
Charlie Parece will be moving to the US West this fall to attend the Colorado School of Mines! At Mines, Charlie is ready to “learn about a lot of science stuff,” and currently plans on studying coding and computer science. Charlie committed to the school fairly soon after hearing back from it to get ahead in the housing queue.
“I love the location and the sense of community there, the people seem pretty cool, and there’s a lot of nerdy stuff which I’m a fan of.” – Charlie Parece
Will Peterson will be starting his college experience in eastern Wisconsin, where he will spend the next four years studying at the Milwaukee School of Engineering! There, he’ll work towards a degree in computer science right along Lake Michigan’s coast. Will committed to the school in late April.
“The people that go to the school are all wacky and zany characters. But what really drew me in was the interaction that I had with a teacher during the admitted students day. The fact that a teacher provided me with that much confidence sold me on the school.” – Will Peterson