Class of 2021: Danielle Weninger

We celebrate the Class of 2021, what they have achieved during their years at Ripon and what they hope to achieve in the next chapter of their lives.

Danielle Weninger of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, is majoring in psychobiology. She plans to take some time off from and work before applying to graduate school.

“The most important lesson I learned from my time at Ripon was to not be afraid of asking for help,” she says.

“A special memory I have was putting crayfish up against each other in my Animal Behavior class with Associate Professor of Biology Memuna Khan. Catching the crayfish was difficult but hilarious and intriguing to see how the two would react to one another.”

To read stories about other members of the Class of 2021, visit ripon.edu/class-of-2021.


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