UWS grad joins the BudgeteerTheresa Cadeau has been hired as a full-time reporter for the Duluth Budgeteer News. She replaces Tom Olsen who is now a reporter for the Duluth News Tribune.
By: Budgeteer News staff, Duluth Budgeteer News
Theresa Cadeau has been hired as a full-time reporter for the Duluth Budgeteer News. She replaces Tom Olsen who is now a reporter for the Duluth News Tribune.
If you regularly read the Budgeteer, you have probably already read her stories. She started contributing stories for the Budgeteer in September as a freelance writer. She officially joined the Budgeteer as reporter at the beginning of October.
Although she’s officially known as Theresa, she often goes by Teri.
She attended Eveleth Gilbert High School and Mesabi Range Community and Technical College and earned her associate’s degree at the same time she earned her high school diploma.
She then attended University of Wisconsin-Superior and graduated with a bachelor’s degree with a major in media communication in May of this year.
Cadeau worked for UWS Residence Life Yellowjacket Activities Crew while at UWS.
“I like writing stories that have a focus on the community and interesting people within the community,” Cadeau said. “And the time I got to Skype with the woman working for the Peace Corps in Ukraine was interesting,” she said, referring to a story she wrote about Hermantown’s Laura Ludwig which was published in September.
When she’s not writing stories, Cadeau spends her time knitting and crocheting, walking along the lakeside and watching science fiction shows such as “Doctor Who.” She’s also greatly interested in the theater and enjoys attending productions of all sorts.
Cadeau’s parents are Ken and Judy Cadeau, and she has a sister, Judy. Along with their dog Rosco, they all live in Gilbert.