By: Sarah Marble/Content Editor
“Shoot for the moon, and if you miss, you will still be among the stars”- Les Brown
Karly Gudykunst has participated in SADD, Leo club, and NHS throughout her high school career. In regards to sports, Gudykunst has managed the boys wrestling team as well as played for the girls volleyball and softball teams.
Gudykunst’s plans after high school include attending Keuka College and majoring in Occupational Therapy. While in college, she hopes to become involved in Keuka’s Student Occupational Therapy Association, the Adventure Program, and play for their softball team. One of her dream jobs includes working in a veteran’s hospital so she can give back to her country in a different way.
Gudykunst anticipates that with the next few years after high school, she “will be able to take back ownership of time management unlike high school where time and schedule is often dictated by others.”
Her advice to the underclass is to just slow down. She states, “before you know it, you will be in my shoes; heading towards a new and unfamiliar beginning. So just slow down, enjoy your youth and make the most out of your high school experience.”
Sarah Marble is a first year journalism student. She is a heartfelt junior, who enjoys spending her time giving back to others through volunteer work in local hospitals, along with the American Red Cross. She values being involved in her community and school as an active leader through Susquehanna County 4-H, the New Milford Rotary, Student Council, and being a Class Officer. After graduating high school, she aspires to become a neonatal nurse and be a light to others as her nurses were for the first 52 days of her life.