My name is Nicole Weible, and I am a senior public relations major at Kent State University. I am a public relations intern at Hillcrest Hospital, which is part of the Cleveland Clinic health system. I hope, after May 12, to land a job in the health care field.
Attending college at Kent State will be one of my fondest memories. I have had a lot of fun in the last four years (maybe too much). I was the international affairs reporter for the Daily Kent Stater, and I got to do a lot of cool things. I listened to the man who saved more than 1,000 lives in Rwanda, and I celebrated the Chinese New Year. I went skydiving with my first roommate. I played Kent State Women’s Rugby to stay in shape. However, nothing will beat my experience studying abroad.
I studied abroad in Cuernavaca, Mexico in 2005. Attending school at IMEC, I learned to speak Intermediate Spanish. I lived with an amazing family who I still interact with on a daily basis. Every weekend I went on an execursion to learn about Mexico culture and vacation on its beaches. Mexico culture is laid back–just the way I like it!
I feel priveliged that I have had a lot of these opportunities. I have done a lot more in my four years at Kent State that some people won’t do in their lifetime. I am so grateful, and I hope other students can experience what I have at Kent State University. Thanks, Kent.
Hometown: Manchester, Ohio
Favorite quote: “If it weren’t for procrastination, I wouldn’t have anything to do tomorrow.”
Favorite sport: Kent State Women’s Rugby