Karabella Hernandez

Karabella Hernandez

Karabella Hernandez is a freshman attending The College of Wooster to study Psychology. She plans to eventually earn a doctorate degree and become a counselor. Karabella recently finished taking two years of dual credit courses at The Ohio State University at Mansfield and Missouri Western State University. One of her greatest passions is writing, whether it be novels, articles, or essays. She recently won second place in Creative Nonfiction in the Florence B. Allen Literary Competition. Her other hobbies include listening to exorbitant amounts of music, acting and singing in community theater, and riding her slightly unruly, fluffy horse.


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