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Meet Remington, the Rep program’s very own Disney aficionado! After graduation, she’ll be serving up some Chick-fil-a before interning at Disney World in the fall! Remington’s favorite part about studying abroad was traveling through Europe every weekend. Adios, Remington! #SAGLgrads
Introducing your favorite Gatton Academy graduate! After leaving the hill, Grayson will be conducting research with UK College of Medicine’s Biochemistry department this summer. In the fall, he’ll be matriculating to the University of Southern California before hopefully getting into medical school. Adieu, Grayson! #SAGLgrads
Meet Linsey, the current SAGL Rep President. Miranda Priestly would actually approve of this girl calling all the shots! She will be putting her Hospitality and Marketing degree to work by starting her own event planning and graphic design business. But first, she’ll start her post-grad life (in true SAGL fashion) with a trip to Italy and Amsterdam with family! Cheers, Linsey! #SAGLgrads
Coming up next, we have Natalie! Natalie studied abroad at Harlaxton College in England and at Yonsei University in South Korea! After graduation, she’ll be moving to Chiangmai, Thailand to teach English at Payap University through a Princeton in Asia Fellowship. Her favorite part of studying abroad was getting to call all kinds of amazing people her friends. She loved being a SAGL Rep because it gave her a family of wonderfully weird people. Sayonara, Natalie! #SAGLgrads
Up next to graduate is Madi, our very own journalism prodigy! Madi spent a semester as an exchange student at the Danish School of Media and Journalism in Aarhus, Denmark, where she enhanced her storytelling skills. Her experience showed her the many commonalities and differences that exist between both cultures and peoples. Madi will be working at WBKO after graduation, telling us one great story after another. Farvel, Madi! #SAGLgrads
Blake has “Czeched” a few study abroad programs off his list, including Harlaxton and CISabroad Prague! While he may have only spent his first and last spring terms on The Hill, he is still graduating this week - you go Glen Coco. An International Business major, Blake would like to eventually work and live in Europe. His favorite part of the Student Representative program has been the trip to Nashville, when they went “line dancin’” and shared some American culture with the visiting exchange students. Gratulace, Blake! #SAGLgrads
Here we have Maggie, our Exchange Student Mentor lead! This summer, she’ll be interning at the US embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina with the US Foreign Service Internship Program. After that, she’ll be moving to Silistra, Bulgaria for ten months to teach English through the Fulbright US Student Program. She’s going to miss her SAGL family the most. Zbogom, Maggie! #SAGLgrads
Erin is our next graduating Rep! She’ll be working in the healthcare field in Louisville after graduation. She is hoping to get into the Physician Assistant program at UK and eventually become a PA in a private pediatric practice. Her favorite study abroad memory is going on a safari at Ngorogoro, delivering polio vaccines to newborn babies, seeing the Pope, and visiting the Eiffel Tower at night. Vale, Erin! #SAGLgrads
This is Ava. Ava has served as the Advising and Outreach Lead this past year for the SAGL Student Rep program! We’re super excited to announce that she’ll be starting a Masters program in Psychological Sciences here on the hill! Ava’s favorite part of studying abroad in Thailand was engaging in Thai culture through the friends she made, the food she ate, and the traditional festivals and ceremonies she took part in. Wàd-dee, Ava! #SAGLgrads
Next in line, we’ve got Gared! Gared is graduating from the Honors College with a degree in Military Leadership and History, which he was able to take classes for during his KIIS: Paris-Munich winter program! After graduation, he’ll be joining Bankers Life here in Bowling Green. He wants to continue studying languages and cultures and is thinking about attending grad school. Au revoir, Gared! #SAGLgrads
Meet Bridget. Post college, she’ll be attending a Doctorate Program in Physical Therapy at Bellarmine University. Bridget said her favorite part about being a SAGL Rep was being a part of a family and helping students pursue education opportunities abroad. Ciao, Bridget! #SAGLgrads
Maggie is our next graduating Rep to step into the spotlight! She’ll be attending American University in Washington DC to pursue a Masters Degree in International Peace and Conflict Resolution. Her favorite moment abroad was learning how to eat mansaf, a traditional Jordanian dish. Arrivederci, Maggie! #SAGLgrads