We’re still here: Samuel Audisho ’20

After graduation, Samuel Audisho ’20 of Adams, Wisconsin, will move to Madison and seek a job in the field of graphic design. At Ripon, he is majoring in studio art.

He says the most important lesson he learned at Ripon is that “work is hard, it can pile up, and it can be very stressful. However, it will be the most satisfying moment when you are relieved of all that work, and can relax and work on your own projects.”

He says that finishing the semester off campus “is kinda sad, but I understand the importance of this event,” Adisho says. “Unfortunately, I won’t be able to see everyone for a last time but It will be nice to see everyone for Commencement in October.”


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