Senior Feature: Hayley Kohlhepp

Photo by Bobbi Susavage

By: Morgan Mansfield/Sophomore Writer

“To understand everything is to forgive everything.” -Buddha

After graduating high school, Hayley Kohlhepp will be attending SUNY Broome for a bachelors degree in social work, then transferring to obtain a masters degree.  She plans to stay active with her friends and join clubs to play softball, volleyball, and basketball.

During high school, Kohlhepp has participated in softball and journalism.  She anticipates that her next few years will bring a lot of big changes with nothing but good vibes and excitement.

Kohlhepp’s advice to the underclassmen is, “Seriously just get through it.  In the end you won’t even be worrying about your two page essay or your AP Macro homework or who is talking about you behind your back.”

Morgan Mansfield is a second year journalism student, taking on her junior year of high school.  She spends most of her free time singing, playing, or writing music.  Fascinated by the human mind, Morgan plans to obtain a degree in Clinical Psychology and become a therapist to help people work through their troubles.