Katherine (Reid) and Josh Warner

Katherine (Reid) met Josh Warner in February 2011 at a social event co-hosted by her service sorority, Delta Omicron Lambda, and his fraternity, Theta Xi.

Katherine (Reid) and Josh Warner
Katherine (Reid) and Josh Warner

In 2014, Josh earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and Katherine earned a bachelor’s degree in nuclear engineering. Married in July 2016, the pair share many memorable campus moments together at Homecoming both during and after college.

“We loved meeting the alumni that came back and being alumni visiting ourselves,” she says. “We absolutely loved our college experience and still wear our St. Pat’s sweatshirts year round with pride.” 

Their relationship advice?

“Carve out time to spend together that does not include Netflix, but be sure to enjoy the full college experience individually by joining and sticking with organizations and activities that you’re passionate about,” she says.

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