Hey there! I'm Adrienne Gannon from Gulfport, MS. I majored in Communication at MSU, so I called McComas Hall my second home during undergrad. MSU has great facilities and world-class professors, so your time spent in the classroom learning from professionals truly prepares you to take on your new career after graduation. Start your new journey today and apply to MSU or reach out to me with any of your questions about admissions!
Receiving my diploma - The hard work really does pay off.
It's the embodiment of Southern Charm.
Go to class and never be afraid to ask questions.
Little Dooey's - It really is slow-roasted perfection.
MSU holds such a special place in my heart, and I love sharing my memories and experiences with others in hopes that they will join the Bulldog family, too - it's priceless.
States: Alabama, Florida, Mississippi
Region: Mississippi Gulf Coast, FL Panhandle, and South Alabama
Hi! I'm Amber Norwood from a small town in South Mississippi called Wesson. My favorite place on campus is Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field. There is absolutely nothing like fierce SEC action on a Saturday in the Fall with thousands of cowbells ringing in unison and the Maroon and White chant echoing across campus. I would love to chat with you about how you can join the Bulldog family!
We are the only school in Mississippi where you can become a rocket scientist!
One huge family.
Jump into your classes and build relationships with your professors.
The birthday cake when we celebrate MSU's birthday every year on the Drill Field!
I love the local boutiques - Deep South Pout or Style Revel for girls and Last Man Standing for guys!
I danced in the 2011 Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade.
States: California, Louisiana, Texas
Region: Dallas, East TX, Northern LA and Southern CA
Hi! My name is Amelia Ramsey, and I'm from Memphis, TN! Attending MSU is a tradition in my family, so I grew up loving Maroon & White and cheering on the Bulldogs at all of the sporting events! When I wasn't busy with Greek life, clubs, or intramural sports, I was usually in the Mitchell Memorial Library studying, grabbing coffee at Einstein's, or just working on different class projects. The best part about the library is that it's open really late, so you can always count on having a quiet place to study. Be sure to grab a bagel from Einstein's when you check out the library during your campus visit!
Old Main Music Festival! It's an on-campus event hosted by Music Makers every spring semester. During my senior year, one of my favorite bands, LANY, headlined the event, and it was one of my favorite memories in college!
MSU is a tight-knit community where everyone feels included and important. As an out-of-state student, I really loved feeling like I was part of one big family!
Make sure you go to class and build relationships with your professors, because even if you aren't the best in a particular subject, your professors will be more willing to help you if they know who you are!
My favorite memory was partnering with Habitat for Humanity through my sorority to build a brand new house for one of our shuttle drivers on campus. It was an amazing experience to see the house come to life, and then watch Ms. Annie's face light up when she got the keys to her new home!
The Noxubee Wildlife Refuge!
Strong coffee, spontaneous road trips, any kind of concert, and chilly fall weather!
States: Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Tennessee
Region: Memphis, Northwest TN, Missouri, Kansas & Southern IL
Hi! My name is Andrew Nutt, and I'm from Clinton, MS! I majored in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Clinical Exercise while at Mississippi State, so naturally, I love sports and the outdoors! Some of my favorite memories at MSU were cheering on the Bulldogs at the Humphrey Coliseum! With a seating capacity of 10,575, it's an amazing atmosphere for college basketball. Be sure to swing by the Hump when you come visit, and you might even catch our Final Four Women's Basketball team in action!
Going to a free Avett Brothers concert for Bulldog Bash!
Winter - you have to get the Christmas blend from Einstein's Bagels!
Talk to your professors! They love to help students who are interested in working hard and learning.
Winning the Intramural Battleship Championship!
Get some cookie dough bites at Stromboli's and visit the Noxubee Wildlife Refuge!
Almost anything outdoors, throwing the frisbee with my dog Roxy, and going on adventures with my wife!
Region: Mississippi Delta & Rankin County
Hi! I'm Anne Wilson from Atlanta, GA. I'm a third-generation Bulldog, and I bleed Maroon and White. I love the family atmosphere of campus and how our heritage and traditions are honored. It's so fun to watch our campus grow and develop while still preserving landmarks like Eckie's Pond where my grandfather, my parents, and I all enjoyed spending time at during our studies at MSU. Let me know if you have any questions about starting your own heritage here at MSU!
Study Abroad - It is a great way to gain a new perspective, experience another culture, learn about things that interest you, and make life-long friends.
Eckies Pond -You can sit and study for hours or just grab a great book and relax.
I majored in Interior Design in the College of Architecture, Art, and Design.
MSU Cookies from the State Fountain Bakery!
I love to walk on campus in the evening. There are great trails that connect campus with downtown Starkville.
I love to travel, read, ski, visit museums, and learn new things!
States: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wyoming
Region: Ft. Worth, Austin, San Antonio, West TX, Northern CA, & West Coast
Hi! I'm Avent VanHorn, and I'm from Greenwood, MS. I'm a third generation Bulldog and a two-time MSU graduate! While earning my master's degree, I was the graduate assistant for the student organization, Music Maker Productions. The Music Makers work hard to put on some of the university's best concerts at the Ampitheater. Musicians such as Cage the Elephant, The Neighbourhood, Zac Brown Band, Robert Randolph & the Family Band, and Shontelle have all made appearances here. If you enjoy live music, be sure to catch a show when you come visit campus!
New Maroon Camp! This is a way for new students to learn all about MSU's traditions while meeting other Bulldogs!
Starbucks in the Colvard Student Union!
Whit Waide's government class
Being on homecoming court as sophomore maid!
Eat breakfast at City Bagel, go to the Farmers Market, and grab a candle at Aspen Bay!
I worked in the Production Office and was an extra in the movie, "The Help".
Region: Assistant Director of Recruitment
Hey, future Bulldogs! My name is Candace Johnson, and I'm from Prentiss, MS. My favorite place on campus is the Chapel of Memories! My friends and I would always hang out here during our down time. I would also come here to think and meditate or just enjoy alone time. Because I lived next door in Hull Hall, the tower was often my alarm clock for 8:00 a.m. classes. If you're on campus or nearby, you can hear the clock tower ring at the start of every hour. It even plays the Hail State Fight Song at 5:00 p.m. and the Maroon and White Alma Mater at 10:00 p.m. Be sure to swing by the Chapel of Memories when you come to visit Mississippi State!
Dawg Daze! This is definitely a time for new students to meet new people and get familiar with the university.
Electric! You see and feel the love for the university all over the city. The people and traditions epitomize what it is to truly be maroon and white.
Step outside of your comfort zone. Never limit yourself academically or socially.
It gave me the opportunity to meet so many different types of people. Living in a traditional community enabled me to form intimate relationships that I will treasure for the rest of my life.
Stop by Brewski's to pick up some boiled shrimp or crawfish and a cold drink. It's the best way to end your warm, spring day!
Ministry work with my congregation, Hallmark movies and rom-coms, a night of karaoke, and being outdoors!
Region: Central MS
Hi! I'm Grant Nerren from Amory, MS. I was a Road Runner in undergrad here in one of the most beautiful buildings on campus, Montgomery Hall. I enjoyed meeting new people and sharing my love for Mississippi State with prospective students so much as a Road Runner that I became a full-time Admissions Counselor soon after graduation. I would love to chat with you about admissions and the many opportunities to get involved on campus!
We produce our own ice cream and cheese that can be purchased right here on campus!
McCool Hall - They have a large open atrium and private study rooms.
The community - There really is a caring, family atmosphere at MSU.
Meeting new friends - I was able to get to know so many people in the residence halls that I would not have met in my classes or even through my involvement on campus.
Restaurant Tyler - Their blue plate is fine dining on a college student's budget.
Read, run, and build great relationships.
Region: Central MS
Hey, future Bulldogs! My name is Hannah Pierce, and I am from Spanish Fort, AL. I absolutely love Mississippi State Athletics and cheering on the Bulldogs. I worked with the football coaches and football recruiting during undergrad, and I made some of the best friends just by getting involved. I loved showing prospective athletes around campus as a football recruiter, and now I get to talk to prospective students every day as an Admissions Counselor. Give me a buzz if you ever have questions about MSU Admissions!
There is nothing like a baseball game at Dudy Noble field and hanging out in Left Field Lounge taking in the best atmosphere in college baseball.
Fall - Our campus is beautiful year-round, but the changing leaves and crisp, perfect weather in the Fall is my favorite.
There are so many small connections that brought me here, but the family atmosphere sealed the deal on choosing MSU.
Tailgating in The Junction - I love tailgating with family and friends before football games.
Bin 612 - You can have a relaxing lunch on the patio with your puppy.
I'm obsessed with great white sharks, so needless to say, Shark Week is my favorite week of the year.
States: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
Region: Assistant Director of Transfer Recruitment
Hi! I'm Hilda Queiroz, and I was born in Brazil but raised in Atlanta, GA. I majored in communication with a concentration in broadcasting, so I spent a lot of time at the Television Center! I made a lot of lifelong memories here while learning how to broadcast a television show. Many students who have come through the Television Center can attest to the exciting doors that an MSU education can open for you. Students have interned with companies like ESPN, MTV, CMT, and numerous news networks. Apply today and start preparing for your exciting future at MSU!
Your first football game as a student!
The theater lobby in McComas Hall.
Making a short film for my broadcasting practicum class!
I loved the community I was a part of. When you live on campus, you're at the center of all things MSU, which is really convenient! I loved living on campus so much that I did it for two years.
Grab a coffee from Strange Brew!
As a first generation college student, the process of applying to college was foreign to me. My admissions counselor helped me get through that process. To be able to give that same guidance to other potential Bulldogs is why I chose to become an admissions counselor!
Region: Metro Atlanta & Georgia
Hi! My name is Jaye West, and I am from Vicksburg, MS. One of my favorite parts of the campus tour is showing prospective students the Drill Field, which got its name from when the Army ROTC Cadets use to perform morning and evening drill on the field in the middle of campus. Today, the Drill Field is the center of campus activity where students read or play frisbee between classes or meet up with friends for coffee in the Union. Let's talk about what it will take for you to be walking on the Drill Field as an MSU student!
The Cowbell - Ringing a cowbell at a game is ten times more fun than waving a pompom.
I graduated in Psychology in undergrad and in Student Affairs in grad school.
Meeting people - We would all leave our doors open and hang out or study in the hallways; now the residence halls have study rooms and lots of cool places to hang out.
The Grill - so delicious!
I fell in love with spreading the MSU gospel when I was an Orientation Leader, and I still love being able to share MSU with students. I enjoy assisting students with making one of the biggest decisions of their lives; it is a huge honor!
States: Alabama, Tennessee
Region: Huntsville, AL & Chattanooga, TN
Hi! My name is Joy Smith, and I'm from Amory, Mississippi! Before making Orlando my new home, I went to MSU and majored in Communication. I love that Mississippi State is full of so much history! We constantly find ways for new parts of campus to reflect our roots - like our brand new Old Main Academic Center! This state-of-the-art multipurpose classroom building is designed to be reminiscent of our Old Main Dormitory, the largest dormitory in the U.S. until it was destroyed by a fire in 1959. Old Main is used by almost 11,000 students on its busiest days. Be sure to check out this gorgeous building when you visit campus!
Our Women's Basketball team broke UConn's winning streak of 111 games to compete for the National Championship!
My favorite season on campus is fall! Campus is buzzing, the leaves are changing, and football season is back!
Go to class, give your all, and have pride in your University!
My favorite student organization was the Baptist Student Union because that is where I met my best friends at MSU. They are still very big parts of my life today!
Visit Little Dooey! It is the BEST BBQ!
I go to Walt Disney World very often - probably once a week! Also, I was an extra in Pitch Perfect 2!
Region: Central Florida
Hey, future Bulldogs! My name is Judd Williams, and I'm from Hoover, AL. I double majored in English and Philosophy during my undergrad at MSU. The English department is located in Lee Hall, so naturally, I called it home! Lee Hall houses Bettersworth Auditorium, where several campus events take place. Mitt Romney, Buzz Aldrin, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, and ZZ Ward are just a few of the speakers and musicians that we've hosted in Bettersworth Auditorium! Let me know if you have any questions about admissions!
My favorite tradition at MSU is definitely the cowbell! There's no better tangible representation of so many things that Mississippi State encompasses than the cowbell.
The best place to study on campus is the 3rd floor balcony of Nunnelee Hall. I studied and read there all the time when I was a resident adviser in the building.
In the last religion class I took with Professor Bisson, I was allowed to write a short story instead of a research paper. I wrote the story of the woman at the well in John 4. It helped me to remember that while studying theology can be academic, it is never less than the lives of people.
Beta Upsilon Chi Fraternity, Reformed University Fellowship, and MSU Roadrunners
929 Coffee Bar!
My favorite book is The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien. I also love to run, write, and hang out with friends!
Region: East Central MS & Golden Triangle
Hey, future Bulldogs! My name is Kacie Scott, and I'm from Booneville, MS. As a Fashion major and member of Fashion Board, I spent the majority of my time learning and designing, and even modeling clothes! Moore Hall was my sewing sanctuary where I had many late nights and many wonderully-made memories and friendships. Choosing fashion as my degree of study was competely unconventional, but it was so rewarding, and it taught me so much about myself. My biggest piece of advice for anyone wanting to choose a unique major is to just do it! Let me know if you have any questions about Admissions!
The highlight of my time at MSU was when I got the opportunity to represent Mississippi State and the junior class as homecoming maid! Nothing says school spirit like standing on Scott Field hearing the band play the alma mater!
Spend time with my friends at the Delta Gamma house!
My favorite class project was part of my Apparel Design II course where we drew, patterned, and sewed our very own one-of-a-kind garment!
It was so convenient being on campus! It gave me an opportunity to meet other freshman and make friendships.
Get to Starkville early to grab yummy biscuits from The Biscuit Shop (I recommend the cranberry orange or blueberry biscuit), and visit Aspen Bay for the best smelling (and locally owned/made) candles!
I practiced ballet and jazz for 14 years. The coolest performance I danced in was the 4th of July parade in Washington, D.C.!
Region: North Mississippi
Hi! I'm Kaitlin Crepps from Central Texas. I attended Fall Preview Day my senior year of high school and had such a great time that my college decision was easy. I loved the diversity of programs at MSU, and I found my fit as a graphic design student. One of my favorite classes at MSU was a letterpress class where we used this Vandercook Printing Press. I found my niche, and I would love to chat with you about the wide range of programs available to you at MSU!
1. The people! The students, fans, professors, staff are the nicest people you'll ever meet. 2. Fall on campus; the leaves changing and FOOTBALL! 3. The glorious sound of 60,000 cowbells ringing on a beautiful night in Davis Wade Stadium.
Warm and Inviting
I've been a Bulldog fan my whole life, but I came for Fall Preview Day my senior year and that made my decision easy. I had such a good time, and I knew MSU was where I wanted to go!
You're so close to everything, and my pot luck roommate became my best friend. We still talk every day!
I was born and raised in Central Texas, but my parents actually met as RAs in the residence halls at Mississippi State.
States: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia
Region: Greater Washington, D.C. area & East Coast
Hey, future Bulldogs! My name is Katy Sneed, and I'm from Starkville, MS. Although I was born in Sarasota, FL, Starkville has always been home to me. My entire family attended Mississippi State, so not only was I joining the Mississippi State family, but carrying on my own family tradition. My love of sports was nurtured at a young age, which led me to major in Sports Management at Mississippi State! The Professional Golf Management program at MSU is one of 19 schools to be accredited by the PGA of America. We're also the second oldest PGM program in the nation and have almost 100 percent placement of graduates at more than 1,200 golf courses worldwide! Come swing by our golf course when you visit campus!
There is nothing like football game days in Davis Wade Stadium with 60,000 Bulldog family members. All you need is a cowbell in hand to top off the game day experience!
Spend time in the Union. You could find me at Starbucks or Chic-Fil-A!
It was a big university with a small-town family environment!
The Veranda - the blue plate specials or the Veranda chicken are must tries!
For so long I thought working in sports was my passion. While I still love sports, I learned that helping students join the Mississippi State family was where my heart longed to be!
Be as involved as possible! The people you meet and the experiences you gain at college will help you achieve your career goals.
States: Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee
Region: Transfer Counselor - North MS, TN, and AL
Hey, future Bulldogs! My name is Lauren Porter, and I'm from Hurley, MS. Greek life was one of my favorite ways to get involved at Mississippi State. Being a Kappa Delta gave me leadership development, academic success, and most importantly, lifelong friendships! With 31 different sororities and fraternities at MSU, everyone can find the Greek family that is perfect for them. Let me know if you have any questions about admissions!
Being on MSU's Pom Squad - there's nothing like cheering on the Bulldogs at different sporting events!
Welcoming and friendly!
Get involved - don't be afraid to get out of your comfort zone!
MSU ice cream!
Stop by The Lodge to get some Mississippi State attire!
Davis Wade Stadium - LOVE hearing thousands of people ringing their cowbells in unison!
States: Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi
Region: Transfer Counselor - South MS, South AL, and South LA
Hello! My name is Lindsey Norman, and I’m a Starkville native. This college town has always been my home, and I love how the city and the University embrace each other. Starkville recently won the designation as Mississippi's Healthiest Town, and spaces like the walking track around Chadwick Lake on the MSU Campus allow the faculty, staff, and students to join the community in promoting healthy habits. You can keep that walking up and stroll right from campus through the Cotton District and into downtown to one of our adorable boutiques or local restaurants. I would love to chat with you and share my love for MSU and my hometown!
The Cowbell - It's so unique and special to our University.
Spring - Warm weather and baseball at Dudy Noble Field.
Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations.
MSU Cookies 'n' Cream Ice Cream
City Bagel - Fresh, local deliciousness.
I want to share my love and passion for MSU with other students and families. MSU gave me the best four years I could have ever asked for, and I want others to feel the same way!
Region: Campus Visit Coordinator
Hi! My name is Naron Remillard, and I am from Cleveland, MS. I love everything about Mississippi State, especially MSU Baseball. There's nothing like a Spring day in Left Field Lounge cheering on the Bulldogs at Dudy Noble Field. Baseball is my favorite, but MSU has a total of 8 varsity women's teams and 7 varsity men's teams. There are always lots of opportunities to ring your cowbell and root for the Bulldogs! Schedule your visit today and catch a game while you're in town!
MSU holds all 10 spots in the Top 10 college baseball attendance records.
Dudy Noble Field - Sports Illustrated named Dudy Noble the #1 field in the U.S. to watch college baseball.
Get involved in a student organization, embrace the MSU traditions, and find something you are passionate about studying.
Have brunch at Restaurant Tyler!
How much I love college sports and Elvis Presley.
Hey, future Bulldogs! My name is Nicki Reeder, and I'm from Bay St. Louis, MS! I majored in Political Science at MSU, but when I wasn't busy with classes, I worked at the Sanderson Center! The Sanderson is MSU's state-of-the-art recreation facility providing students with several ways to stay active. From group exercise classes to eight racquetball courts to a 500,000 gallon indoor swimming pool, there are tons of options for you to pick from! Let me know if you have any questions!
Bulldog Bash! It's the largest free outdoor concert in Mississippi!
The Chapel of Memories!
In Engineering & Public Policy, we simulated a legislative oversight hearing regarding the failure of the launch of the Challenger spacecraft!
Outdoor Adventures, Stennis Montgomery Association, and Study Abroad!
Get some Cheese Fries at Bin 612!
Traveling, hiking, climbing, kayaking, sailing, coffee, cats, and Christmas!
States: Louisiana, Mississippi
Region: Mississippi Gulf Coast & Southern LA
Hello! I'm Parker Jones from Calhoun City, MS. I was a Road Runner student recruiter at MSU during undergrad, and my favorite thing about our morning meetings was breakfast at the Market Place at Perry; it's an all-you-care-to-eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner dining hall. It is right off of the Drill Field, so it's a great central place to meet your friends, and let's face it, every meeting is better with endless waffles. Schedule your campus visit today and be sure to stop by the Perry for lunch!
Getting Involved - Working with other students in a student organization is so much fun, and you make fantastic friends.
Chadwick Lake - That's where I asked my wife to marry me. It has a great one-mile walking track around it where you can watch the sunset over the lake.
I grew up coming to campus for sporting events and a lot of my family attended MSU, so I knew I would feel comfortable at State.
Making friends - I got to meet so many fellow students that I would not have met if I did not live in a residence hall.
Eating at Little Dooey's - even the ESPN reporters rave about it.
I enjoy playing golf, attending MSU sporting events, the Fall, and Chick-fil-A.
States: Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee
Region: Memphis, TN, Northwest MS, Arkansas, Indiana, & Kentucky
Hey, future Bulldogs! My name is Phillip Moss, and I am from Birmingham, AL. The Mississippi State campus is simply beautiful; you have to come see the state-of-the-art facilities mixed with historic buildings to understand its Southern Charm and come experience that family feeling that everyone talks about. I love Fall days at the State Fountain Bakery where I can grab a Starbucks coffee and a hot-out-of-the-oven pastry and just catch up with friends. Need to catch up on your admissions questions? Give me a ring.
1. The size of campus - lots of opportunities, but you can find your place. 2. The family atmosphere 3. The approachable and helpful professors
The State Fountain Bakery - It's a great place to hang out or study between classes.
Visit campus on a typical day - A football Saturday might not be an accurate reflection of your college experience. Visit on a normal weekday to see if it is a good fit.
I enjoyed participating in intramural sports. You do not have to be athletic or even competitive to enjoy intramural sports.
The Veranda is hard to beat, but I do love Starkville Café.
I enjoy reading, learning, cooking on the grill, and spending time with my wife and two children.
States: Alabama, Georgia
Region: Birmingham, AL & Western GA
Hey, future Bulldogs! I'm Stephanie Neumann, and I lived in Illinois for 10 years before moving to Flowood, MS. Now, I live in Nashville, TN! One of my favorite experiences as a student was living in the residence halls on campus. I liked it so much that I did it for two years! The residence halls are just a short walk to your classes, sporting events, concerts, and so much more. Living on campus allowed me to take full advantage of all that MSU has to offer. Be sure to sign up for a housing preview when you come to visit campus!
When I was a part of the color guard, I got to travel with the Famous Maroon Band to Jacksonville, FL for the 2011 Gator Bowl!
Grab a bite to eat in Perry Cafeteria or the Union, and then find a quiet place to catch up on school work.
Stay organized, study hard, don't procrastinate, and build relationships with your professors! If you truly want to succeed, they are willing to help in any way they can.
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA). I was able to network and build relationships with others in my field.
Traveling, MSU football, Star Wars, all things Disney, and spending time with family and friends!
States: Illinois, Tennessee, Wisconsin
Region: Middle Tennessee, Chicago, IL, & Wisconsin
Hey, future Bulldogs! I’m Tabora Cook from the Mississippi Delta, but I’ve spent most of my years in Ridgeland, MS. My favorite place on campus is the Colvard Student Union. Between classes, I would grab lunch here and eat on the balcony, while watching the Drill Field buzz with life! The Union is always lively with students whether grabbing a quick coffee at Starbucks, going to a student organization meeting, or unwinding in one of the many quiet, study spaces throughout the building. Make sure you check out the Union whenever you come visit campus!
The people, the cultural experiences, and the sporting events!
The atmosphere on campus is definitely inviting. MSU immediately made me feel like I was part of a small, close-knit family where I'm more than just another student.
Interviewing taught by Dr. Hank Flick. He teaches you how to be successful in future job interviews, but more importantly, he teaches you life lessons - all while being very entertaining!
I enjoyed being an MSU Roadrunner, because it helped grow the love I have for the university and cultivate my Bulldog pride.
Eat as many times as humanly possible! The food options in Starkville are endless.
I was once a nationally ranked powerlifter.
Region: Coordinator of Recruitment Activities