Happy Friday everyone! Today we are on our last segment of our ongoing Senior Series. Over the last two weeks, we have been featuring graduating seniors in our English and BFA departments. These seniors have worked hard over the years and we commend them on this accomplishment. Without further ado, our graduating senior today is Kate Sorebo! Kate has been working toward a major in English Literature and a minor in Psychology. Here is a little bit more about Kate!
What was one thing you learned that really stuck with you during your time at UW-Green Bay?
Always get your books before the first-week starts and challenging yourself leads you to crazy amazing places.
What will you miss most about UW-Green Bay?
The community environment from my classmates, friends, professors, and the excitement of going to campus every chance I had.
What was most memorable about your senior year outside of the pandemic?
The most memorable thing for me was being accepted into Graduate School and sharing the news with everyone who has helped me along the way.
Any advice for future graduates?
Don’t restrict yourself to one career path, major, or experience. Some of the best educational moments for me came from branching out into something new!
From all of us here at Widows and Orphans, congratulations Kate!