• Tracy Perish

    Tracy Perish

    Class of 2013
    Browerville, MN
    Psychology (OT intended)

    Tracy's Bio:
    I grew up in a small town on a dairy farm. My family and I milk around 50 cows twice a day. We also have pigs, chickens, ducks, geese, cats and one dog name Ella on the farm. I loved growing up in the small town but I was ready for a new place. Duluth was the right choice. I am member of the Track and Field team here at St. Scholastica. I stay very busy balancing classes, track, babysitting/nanny, jobs and social life.

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Study Time

I have my first exam of the semester today! It’s in abnormal psychology, it shouldn’t be too bad, but psychology exam always seem to be very long. I think the psychology department likes making exams that are over 50 question and then having at least seven essay question. Oh well, I know the materials so I just need to do it.
Wish me luck!

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