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A whole lot of life: what’s happened since I finished the Journalism program

Katie Kather

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In my last post, I wrapped up what a great program it had been for my cohort. I think I ended the post by saying that I was taking a leap of faith and moving to Minnesota without a job.Well, thanks to my time at Columbia, all the people I met and experiences I had…I was offered a job in Minneapolis—on the last day of Thesis!

I’m excited to move, but I’m a little overwhelmed! Everything has been such a whirlwind for the past month. I got engaged, finished the Journalism M.A. program, got a new job and am moving out of state. Add to that working full time here and getting sick (thankfully it waited until two days after the program ended).

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You guys still have me for one more post after this, which I’ll be writing from Minneapolis. Maybe I’ll get to tell you a little about my new job.

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Here’s a big, fat THANK YOU to Columbia.

A whole lot of life: what’s happened since I finished the Journalism program

[flickr id=”11613241665″ thumbnail=”medium” overlay=”true” size=”medium” group=”” align=”none”] In my last post, I wrapped up what a great program it had been for my cohort. I think I ended the post …

Journalism MA Katie Kather, kathryn.kather@loop.colum.edu
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