Carthage College is welcoming a group of students who are all related. WDJT reported . “It’s kind of crazy,” said Samantha Malczewski, a sophomore nursing student at Carthage who shared her first day of school with her sister, Mia Carter, her mom, and grandma. “I’m so proud,” said Mia.
Amy Malczewski, who is the middle generation, has worked at the college for years. She knew she wanted to pursue a degree of her own and got the idea for her mom, Christy, to join the same program. “I just feel proud to be watching my daughters grow up and be more mature and have new experiences, but now also to see my mom accomplish something that she’s always wanted to, and then even to accomplish something that I’ve always wanted to…I could probably burst I’m so proud right now,” Amy said.
Following retirement, Christy Schwan says pursuing her master’s is something she’s always wanted to do, and she’s thrilled to share the experience with her daughter and granddaughters. “It’s fun to be able to see them here when I’m on campus,” said Schwan. The inspiration to dream big crosses all three generations. headtopics.com
Grandmother, mother, and 2 daughters enroll at Wisconsin college togetherCarthage College is welcoming a group of students who are all related.
Are billions of dollars in revenue helping or hurting college sports?As college football season starts, Scripps News takes a look at how college sports have commercialized.
Dear Abby: I don’t want to hear this grandmother’s fantasies about the priestMy mother-in-law’s involvement with the church has made things awkward.
Damar Hamlin Surprises Grandmother with ‘Secret Celebrity Renovation’On Friday’s episode of ‘Secret Celebrity Renovation,’ the NFL star helps renovate his grandmother’s home in Pittsburgh, PA.
How to watch Wisconsin vs. Buffalo: FREE LIVE STREAM, TV channel, kickoff timeBuffalo faces No.19 Wisconsin on Saturday, September 2, 2023 (9/2/23) at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wisconsin.
‘Remarkable discovery’ as intact 1881 shipwreck found in Wisconsin watersMaritime historians in Wisconsin have discovered the 156-year-old Trinidad schooner near Algoma. The grain-carrying vessel sank in Lake Michigan in 1881.