Interviews with several freshmen, to find out what they are most excited and nervous for.
East alumni plays Quidditch, a magical game from the world of Harry Potter, on KU’s traveling team.
In order to pursue his love of music, senior Frazier Krohn is majoring in music therapy and playing in a band in college.
A combination of determination and hours of practice a day were enough for senior Rob Simpson to be accepted into UMKC’s music conservatory on the spot.
Even after receiving an acceptance letter months beforehand, Cicely Krebill didn’t realize she’d fallen in love with Northeastern University until she saw it in person.
His lifelong love of politics has led Brian Philipps to pursue international economics at Georgetown University.
Tired of the constraints of school, senior Jordan Ovitt decided to graduate early and move to California to pursue a career in film.
A love of reptiles inspires senior to study veterinary medicine to prepare her to become a reptile breeder
After a family legacy of attending the University of Notre Dame, Kaleigh Frigon will be following the tradition by attending the university next year.
Senior Mary Kate Workman will be dancing as an Ole Miss Rebelette dancer next year
Senior Utsa Ramaswami will spend the next two years in France in a travel-abroad program hosted by Columbia University.
Instead of attending college next year, senior Jake McDonald will be part of the Kanakuk Link Year program for ministry.