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Humans of FHC: Caroline Whyte

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“I’m very excited [to go to University of Miami]. I have my roommate, and she’s very nice. I’ve met a lot of really cool people. It’s kind of surreal that I’ll be in Florida. I’m very excited for this new chapter, but I’m a little anxious though.

I made my decision pretty soon after I got the letter.  My parents and I were discussing everything about it. It’s kind of a pricey school because it’s private. I made my decision when I weighed out all my options and saw that I would be so content living and studying there for the next four years.

They offer a diverse selection of majors that I’m interested in. I’m currently majoring in Media Management, but I might change to Music Business. That’s really cool that they have degrees that are really successful, as well, and they’re some of the best. The campus is just beautiful. It was the first time I walked onto a campus and just felt like that was home.

I know I’ll miss my parents and my dog. I’ve kind of gotten used to living away from my sister because she’s been in college, but I’m pretty good at long distance friend and family relationships. [On] breaks, it’ll be really nice to come home. “

(Senior)

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Emily Obermeyer, Managing Editor of Social Media

Emily Obermeyer is a senior entering her second year on staff. Her favorite type of story to write is reviews. Emily plays basketball and loves going to concerts. When Emily isn’t at practice or working, you most likely will find her watching Netflix or listening to new music.

  • Favorite thing about being on staff: Meeting and becoming closer with people from all grades
  • Favorite type of story to write: Reviews
  • Hobbies/Interests: Basketball, listening to music, and concerts
  • Favorite Book: Insurgent by Veronica Roth
  • It’s a Friday night and you will find Emily: In the student section at a sports event
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One Response to “Humans of FHC: Caroline Whyte”

  1. Amy Joos on May 17th, 2018 4:52 pm

    I’m so excited for you, Caroline! You will do big things.

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