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{Emilee Renwick's SAU}

Emilee Renwick will graduate in May with a degree in communication. A public relations and journalism major from Monmouth, Ill., Emilee has made the most of her St. Ambrose experience by working for the student newspaper, The Buzz, the public radio station on campus, KALA, and the campus television station SAUtv. She traveled to Greece on a winterim Study Abroad trip in 2013.

{Emilee Renwick's SAU}

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Hi. My name is Emilee Renwock and I am Ambrosian.

Hi. My name is Emilee Renwick and I am Ambrosian.

A picture of the ladies from Ambrose on our last night in Greece. We are looking over the city of Athens on one of its highest rocks.

Bees on spring break in Panama City Beach, FL. PCB14

Junior Year: one of my favorite Highlight Zones. I've been reporting for KWQC all four years. This time I got to use props. #imustacheyouaquestion

What do you do when you have too many shoes? Use the loft part of your bed to make a shoe ladder. The sad part is I still have many more shoes in my closet. This idea was an Emilee original.

Under the oaks to early morning class I go. Fresh powder awaits students footprints.

Junior year, just got back from a shopping spree with my mom-a favorite past time of ours. We like to do our part to stimulate the economy.

Junior Year, with my Work Study supervisor and good friend Darcy at her graduation ceremony! #loveher

Sophomore year 2011 homecoming t-shirts before we went to the Taste of Ambrose and football game.

Senior Year-One of my best friends, Emily Thomas, and I on one of our many Starbucks runs. We've been going to Starbucks together since freshman year, but have never taken a picture until senior year. #starbucksselfie

Senior Year: QC Mallard's hockey game for a friend's mom's birthday.

Senior year Christmas- A couple of Bees home for the holidays. (My brother Dustin is a Class of '10 Ambrosian) #familytraditionnevergraduates

National Engineering week tours of the building of North Hall-where I now live. We got to tour it, see what the rooms would look like, and learn about the efforts of going Green in a building.