We’re still here: Morgan Hoffmann ’20

The most important lesson learned at Ripon College is to not take things for granted. Cherish every moment and every memory made,” says Morgan Hoffmann ’20 of Waupun, Wisconsin.

Of the off-campus end to the semester, Hoffmann says, “I am coping well with ending my college career off campus, but I am sad at the same time for not finishing my senior year the way that I thought I would,” she says.

She is majoring in psychobiology.


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