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By The Weekly Staff | May 18, 2018 | Feature Photo, Features

Goodbye to the Seniors of The Weekly

Goodbye to the Seniors of The Weekly

Caroline Probst
Editor-in-Chief
What are your plans for next year?
I’m moving to Stockholm, Sweden to take a gap year. I’ll be working as an au pair and traveling as much as possible, before starting my career.

Katie Allen
Copy Editor
What are your plans for next year?
Next year I hope to be working at a publisher or magazine in the Twin Cities. I also plan to continue writing poetry and hopefully have some of my work published.

Elliott Robinson
Copy Editor
What are your plans for next year?
I hope to work for a non-profit Queer library in the Twin Cities, and hopefully take a year to recharge before going to graduate school for a Masters in Fine Arts.

Monika Pham
Business Manager & Web Editor

What are your plans for next year?
Currently still undecided, hoping to work in the Twin Cities area.

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