Katie Twins: Slideshow
In our quest to find a pair of twins to interview for St. Kate's June 2015 magazine issue, we found seven, including:
- Catherine and Elizabeth Rodewald ’16, whom we featured in “Double Take.”
- Gayduo “Gigi” and Korto “Kiki” Gayflor-Kpanaku ’15, public health majors
- Kayla and Demi Olson ’16, biochemistry majors — “Demi and I had no idea there were so many twins at St. Kate’s!” says Kayla.
- Meg and Audra Clark ’18, exercise and sport science majors
And we chanced upon this pair, who are not twins but who share the same last name and birthday:
Juliana White ’16, biology, and Alexandria White ’16, fashion merchandising
“Alex and I met on the first day of classes,” says Juliana. “We had the same TRW class.”
Behind the scenes at the photo shoot for "Double Take." Read more about Catherine and Elizabeth Rodewald '16.
Meet Two Other St. Kate's Twins
Kierstin and Kourtney Johnson ’17 hail from Rosemount, Minnesota. “I’m glad I came to St. Kate’s. I like the smaller class sizes and the professors,” says Kierstin, who’s older by three minutes. She is majoring in family and consumer science, while Kourtney, her fraternal twin, is a dietetics major with a double minor in Spanish and professional writing. “After our campus tour, I knew I wanted to be at St. Kate’s,” says Kourtney (right). “It just felt right.”
Identical twins Gabrielle “Gabby” and Rochelle Vincent ’16 are both public health majors and admission ambassadors. “St. Kate’s has great student resources,” says Gabby. “I go to the O’Neil Center for science tutoring, and I always learn about job and internship opportunities through the Center for Community Work and Learning.” Rochelle, her younger sister by four minutes, fell in love with St. Kate’s during an overnight tour. Rochelle (right), a certified nursing assistant at the University’s Health and Wellness Clinic, says “enrolling at St. Kate’s is one of the better decisions I’ve made in my life.”
Photos by Ashley de los Reyes ’15