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My degree: I graduated with a degree in public relations, a minor in leadership studies and a basketball coaching certificate.
My hometown: Andover, KS
College activities: KSU Student Foundation, JMC Ambassadors, Ahearn Fund intern, PA announcer for K-State Athletics, K-State Athletics Student Board and KSDB 91.9 Advisory Board
K-State is a big family, and there are few places in town or on campus where you won't find purple. I'm proud to be a Wildcat! Whether I was broadcasting K-State games live on the radio or chatting with alumni, my time as a student was full of lifelong connections.
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"K-State is a big family, and there are few places in town or on campus where you won't find purple. I'm proud to be a Wildcat!"
K-State has always felt like home to me. My dad went to K-State and played baseball, so I grew up in Manhattan and attended many K-State events. What sealed the deal for me, though, were the people. Every person with whom I came in contact invested in me and took the time to get to know me. You won't find better people than at K-State; they truly care about you.
My favorite memory while at K-State was definitely going to K-State sporting events. During my time at K-State, the football team won the Big 12 Championship and went to four straight bowl games, which students got to go at a discounted price. The men's basketball and baseball teams also won a Big 12 Championship.
Everyone who comes to K-State should visit Hale Library — it is truly beautiful and the architecture is amazing. It has a historic feel and you will instantly feel wrapped in knowledge.
I loved being on KSU Student Foundation and getting to connect with students and donors. Talking to donors about their K-State experience and inspiring them with all the exciting things happening now at K-State was amazing. The connections I made will no doubt help me in the future.
A journey of discovery
The coolest class I took at K-State was Human Development. My professor would sing songs on his guitar to help us remember things about the class. He also brought his kids into class for a demonstration, which I thought was pretty cool.
The best way to get involved is to meet everyone on your floor, and don't be afraid to introduce yourself first. They are in the same boat as you! Once you meet people you live with, you will meet people through them. Always ask what they do on campus, and always be curious!
Follow their lead
I wish I had talked to more people about what classes to take my freshman year. For example, I wished I had talked to Orientation and Enrollment leaders to find out some of their favorite classes.
Setting the scene
You must go to the "Top of the World," a local scenic overview with amazing views of Manhattan and the Flint Hills. The view can be breathtaking! I recommend going as the sun is setting. It's something you won't regret.
My hidden talent is I can whistle almost every NCAA Division 1 school's fight song or alma mater.
A place to bookmark
My favorite study spot on campus is the Leadership Studies Building. I love how open it is and how I feel outside even when I am inside — it feels like a tree house!