Oh No: Local Woman Might Go Back To Grad School

PROCTOR —  Karlie Nesbit, 26, has reportedly started throwing around the idea of going back to graduate school in order to earn her Master’s degree. Despite pleas from loved ones, she continues to voice her opinion that graduate school may somehow give her life some direction. 

Nesbit attended St. Benedict College and graduated with a double major in Communications and Art History in 2017. During her undergraduate tenure, she was involved in four clubs, two intramural sports, Student Senate, and led the Joint Events Council. After graduating Summa Cum Laude, she accepted a development position at St. Luke’s Hospital in Duluth, where she was quickly promoted to Development Coordinator and promptly lost all achievement-based dopamine. 

“I don’t know, I’m just not feeling fulfilled lately,” said Nesbit late Tuesday night over a Zoom call with her college roommates. “I really think that going to grad school could really fix everything for me. I mean, I’ve almost paid off all my Bachelor’s degree debt. What if I miss it when it’s gone?” 

Nesbit has previously attempted to give her life more direction through online dating, small-animal fostering, hot yoga, and 2 different multi-level marketing schemes. When pressed for further details about what exactly she sought to gain from attending graduate school, Nesbit abruptly changed the subject to her recent Bridgerton binge.