Where Are They Now?

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18-year-old Pamela Sanchez is attending Washington State University after graduating from Kittitas in 2019. Sanchez plans to continue attending WSU for two years, after which she will transfer to WSU’s nursing school in Yakima to finish off her four years for a Bachelor’s Degree in nursing. “[I] probably [enjoy] the independence and the breaks between classes and meeting new people [the most],” Sanchez said. Some key differences between Sanchez’s college life and high school life include not seeing her family everyday, the huge amount of homework in college and the seemingly limitless freedom in life.

Dylan Larimer, Staff Writer