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Student Snapshot: Riley Kuehn '24

Riley Kuehn '24

Student Snapshot: Riley Kuehn '24 

“There are so many things to do on campus and in the surrounding area,” says student-athlete Riley Kuehn ’24. “And I fell in love with the small-school environment. You can see familiar faces on campus, and your professors know you by name.” Get to know this international business & management major and tour guide from Upper Arlington, Ohio.

Hometown:

Upper Arlington, Ohio.

Major:

International business & management, with minors in economics and Spanish.

Clubs/organizations:

Women's lacrosse, Liberty Caps (tour guides), Kappa Kappa Gamma, Student Athlete Advisory Committee and Marketing Club.

Favorite series:

Big Little Lies.

On choosing Dickinson:

I think the campus is beautiful, and I love how it is so interconnected with the town of Carlisle. There are so many things to do on campus and in the surrounding area. Also, the people were so nice and welcoming. On top of that, I fell in love with the small-school environment. You can walk around and see familiar faces on campus, and your professors know you by name and are always there for you.

Favorite place on campus:

Biddle Field.

Favorite off-campus spot:

The Pizza Grille.

Best thing about my major:

I get to study business but with an additional component, the international factor. Also, all of my professors so far have been great and extremely helpful, even through remote learning [last year].

Favorite professor so far:

Senior Lecturer in International Business & Management Steve Riccio.

Favorite Dining Hall Food:

A turkey and cheese panini.

As a kid, I wanted to be …

… an orthopedic surgeon.

Advice for younger students:

Your teachers and professors are here for you. Never be afraid to approach them and ask questions.

Best thing about my Dickinson experience so far:

Being able to meet students from all different backgrounds and places around the world and making friends with them. Everyone is so friendly and open to new relationships.

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Published November 15, 2021