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Cheers To The Freakin’ Weekend! Celebrate With Miss COED 2017 Contestants From LSU, Oregon State, & Cincinnati

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We’ve scoured the nation to find the smartest, coolest, all-around most awesome college girls in the country, and we’re bringing them straight to you. In fact, we’re publishing three girls a day every day until we run out… which is a lot of days, TBH. You can thank me later.

From Alpha Delta Pi to the dance team and Education to Finance, it’s pretty safe to say that their interests are vastly different. Yet each girl is repping her school with pride and hoping to take home the coveted title of Miss COED 2017.

Without further ado, meet the next group of contestants. Who are you voting for?!

Think you have what it takes to rep your school? Submit to be part of the Miss COED 2017 competition today!


Jazmine Staten, Louisiana State University

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“I’m a workaholic! I currently intern while in school. I am also starting research, serve as a community leader, and involved in all of the diverse engineering organizations on campus, such as Society of Women Engineers, National Society for Black Engineers, and Women in Computer Science.”

See Jazmine Staten’s full profile here.


Kaitlyn Cochran, Oregon State University

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“I love my college because it simply feels like I belong here. After battling an illness my whole life, I wanted to go somewhere that I felt happy and alive and Oregon state gave me that feeling.”

See Kaitlyn Cochran’s full profile here.


Madilyn Brown, University of Cincinnati

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“My major is paralegal studies and my minor is organizational leadership with a focus on human resources. I eventually want to attend law school and become an attorney. I want to do this because I believe in the justice system and I especially want to be a voice for people who can’t aka children, people who can’t afford attorneys, etc. I want to help people for a living and that’s what I hope to do as a lawyer.”

See Madilyn Brown’s full profile here.


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