We’re still here: Karl Boddy ’20

After graduation in May, Karl Boddy ’20 of Scandinavia, Wisconsin, plans to save up the funds to attend the police academy. He is majoring in sociology with a minor in criminal justice.

“The most important lesson that Ripon College has taught me is how big the world is,” Boddy says. “Growing up in a small town, I never gave much thought to what the rest of the world was like.”

He adds, “I’m disappointed that I will not be able to spend my last semester living on campus, but I do appreciate everything that the College and its professors have done and are doing to try and make this experience the best it could be,” she says.


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