Senior Profile: Jenny Hottle

Haley Boyle, Reporter

Most likely to return and teach a class taught by an Attanasio. This was senior Jenny Hottle’s award given by the staff of The Patriot, and it fits her perfectly.

Hottle was the Online Chief of The Patriot. “Joining The Patriot was probably the best decision I made in high school, besides coming to John Carroll. I can’t imagine having gone anywhere else,” Hottle said.

She was also a member of the two-time championship-winning varsity volleyball team. “I made such great friends through volleyball, and we all genuinely loved playing,” Hottle said.

Among her favorite high school memories was going to Spain. “I made a lot of friends there and still talk to some of them from time to time on Skype. One of my friends speaks English and I get to practice my Spanish,” Hottle said.

Starting her career path early, Hottle has already landed a prestigious position. She is currently an intern for Rice Consulting in Bel Air working under the creative director there.

In college, Hottle plans to stick with her two favorite things, journalism and Spanish. Hottle chose University of Maryland in College Park because of its size, location, school spirit, honors programs and academic opportunities. “I was accepted into an honors program called Digital Cultures and Communities, and I thought that such a program would complement my major and career plans,” Hottle said.

Most of all, Hottle will miss all of the people she became close with from the volleyball team, The Patriot and all of her classes. “I’m so thankful that I’ve met so many wonderful people at JC, both students and teachers,” Hottle said.

Haley Boyle is a reporter for The Patriot and