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by Barbara Burke


Loschke entered HPU with 36 transfer credits earned while taking college courses concurrently during high school. Her GPA is 3.82. She is a journalism major who would “at some point like to write for an underground newspaper.”

In addition to golf, Loschke enjoys playing beach volleyball, listening to music, and tie-dying. She tie-dyes just about everything, including tapestries, shirts, bedding—even her socks.

When asked to share some study tips, Loschke said: “There are two things that I do that keep me on track. I have the mindset that if you are assigned to do something, you’d better do it, and should do it to the best of your ability. For tests, I go through my notes and make myself a whole bunch of questions which I go over and over until I really know the material.”

Sophomore Brian Keller hails from Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. He is a member of the HPU’s men’s golf team and is majoring in pre-medical studies.

“ Over Christmas this year, “ said Keller, “I shadowed a general surgeon, and I got to watch him perform a number of surgeries.”

Keller is considering the field of orthopedics. Two of his favorite courses this year are general physics and calculus. He has a 3.85 GPA.

“Basically, to succeed at school, I do all the work that I feel like I need to do in order to stay on top of all of my classes, whether it be studying, finishing homework, or anything else,” Keller said. The competitive admissions standards for medical school also motivate him to get good grades.
Outside the classroom, Keller claims to be “the best sandwich maker in the world.”

“One thing I would say about my time at HPU so far,” Keller said, “is that it has enlarged my awareness greatly about what goes on in the world and how much diversity there is, especially just at our school.”
 

 

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