• Katelyn Gehling

    Katelyn Gehling

    East Bethel, MN
    Exercise Physiology for Pre-Physical Therapy

    Katelyn's Bio:
    Hi! I'm Katelyn Gehling and I am a first-year student at St. Scholastica. I chose to come to Duluth because I have always loved vacationing in this city when I was younger and I think CSS is beautiful. On campus, I am involved in women's soccer, The Cable, and the PT club. I plan on majoring in Exercise Physiology with the intent of going to grad school to become a physical therapist.

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    San Salvador, El Salvador
    Computer Information Systems and Finance

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    Mathematics & Computer Science

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    Mora, MN

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    Gweru, Zimbabwe
    Health Information Management

  • Jesse Heaton

    Graduate Student
    Heyworth, IL
    Doctor of Physical Therapy

    Shauney Moen

    Graduate Student
    Oak Grove, MN
    Doctorate of Physical Therapy

    Katelyn Gehling

    East Bethel, MN
    Exercise Physiology for Pre-Physical Therapy

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    M.S. Health Information Management

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Latest Posts:

Enjoying the Last Days

by / May 3rd, 2018 / Comments Off on Enjoying the Last Days

The countdown to summer is on, and I only have 5 days left living in Duluth until next year. My last final is on Tuesday morning, then it is summer! Since I have the futon, fridge, and TV, my dad is coming up to help me bring these large items home, thankfully. In the meantime, my friends and I decided to take a study break and go visit Enger Tower. The weather was beautiful, and so was the view. It is always nice to go out and hang with friends, especially outside when the weather is so nice. When we walked up to the top, we were lucky enough to have a ship coming into the harbor, a big one. No matter how many times I watch the lift bride go up, and a ship come in, it never gets old. Duluth is the best place for a study break. Read the rest of this entry »

Summer Class

by / April 30th, 2018 / Comments Off on Summer Class
With the end of the semester upon us, it is time I need to start planning for my summer class I am taking. I have decided to take a 2 credit course at Century College near the Twin Cities this summer. I need this course for my major, exercise physiology. Scholastica offers this course here, but it is not online and would make my fall semester next year all messed up. A lot of students here choose to take summer courses either here or at local colleges because it allows for not as compact schedule to graduate on time. Next summer, I am already planning on taking general biology at Anoka Ramsey Community College to get those credits needed for grad school. All that is left now, after paying for my summer course, is to buy the textbook. Exciting times!

Reif Run 2018

by / April 26th, 2018 / Comments Off on Reif Run 2018
Yesterday at St. Scholastica was the 40th annual Reif Run 5k. This 5k raises awareness for the MakeitOk campaign which is a project dedicated to reducing stigma surrounding mental illness. All the runners and I met just outside of somer's main lounge to collect our race bib and shirt. There was also a booth set up with brain stress balls, MakeitOk pins and stickers, and of course snacks and water for the runners. The race went well, and of course the men's ski team sprinted the whole 3.1 miles... Afterwards it was nice to sit around and talk with my fellow runners and enjoy some snacks and cold water. I must say my favorite part of the event, however, was petting the dog that was there keeping the people at the booth company. I miss my dog so much, so whenever there is a dog on campus, you best bet I will find it and give it a big hug!

Spring Scrimmage Day

by / April 22nd, 2018 / Comments Off on Spring Scrimmage Day
Yesterday was a long, soccer filled day. The St. Scholastica Women's soccer team, which I am a member of, had three games. The first game at 10 am was over at Griggs Field at UMD. Unfortunately we started off rough and let in goals early. As the game progressed, however, we gained confidence and finished strong. The second game was at 12:20 pm at Saints Field. We played Lake Superior Community College, and we played very well. At that point, most of us were becoming fatigued, but we pushed through and got the win. The third and final game was against our alumni at Saints Field. That game is always difficult because the alumni go so hard, and we were all so tired from playing two games prior. The best part of the day was after our final game though because pizza and Gatorade was waiting for us on the sideline. Overall the day was perfect weather and filled with fun. Also, I got my first sunburn of the year... So thankful for aloe vera!!

Winter No More

by / April 19th, 2018 / Comments Off on Winter No More
Spring? Is that you? Today in Duluth, MN, we actually got a taste of spring! In fact, it got above 50 degrees, so that means it is basically summer here. It was a nice day to walk from class to class in a t-shirt and soak up some sun. This warm weather has me and everyone else feeling hopeful that winter is coming to an end. I certainly hope so! Here in the dorms, everyone walks around looking like ghosts because it has been winter for so long, but not any more. The sun is out and summer is coming! Baseball and softball actually got to play games today after having many of their games postponed, so I am sure they are feeling good. A friend of mine informed me that as of today, 19 days until I get to go home for the summer and enjoy the stress free life. The countdown is on.