Texas A&M University, Junior
MY COLLEGE KICKS ASS BECAUSE…
Everyone that attends A&M has this passion for everything Aggie. One listen from the roar of our new Kyle Field on Saturday nights and you’ll know what I’m talking about. The tradition and school spirit isn’t even comparable to anywhere else. The people are normal (unlike in Austin) and the boys are such gentlemen. I mean what’s better than having the door opened for you and a guy giving up his seat on the bus for you without a second thought? Ring day, that’s the only thing better. Aggies wait their entire life to get a ring that makes you apart of the Aggie Network. We even chug an entire pitcher of beer in under a minute for that piece of gold. Without a doubt, Texas A&M is where I belong for these crazy four years of life. The spirit, traditions, and long weekends let me know I found the right home in Aggieland.
THE MOST MEMORABLE THING I’VE DONE SINCE FRESHMAN YEAR IS…
Leaving Ole Miss at the end of my freshman year and transferring to A&M was the best decision I’ve made, and I will never forget my first semester here. I met the kindest humans alive and my future bridesmaids. I drank and ate out way too much, got involved in everything I could, and had an absolute blast doing it.
I MAJOR IN…
My major is education psychology and I have a minor in sociology and human resource development. I want to be a speech pathologist and work in the NICU with newborns who have birth defects. After retiring at the age of 30, I plan on being the best stay-at-home mom ever.
OH YEAH, AND YOU SHOULD PROBABLY KNOW THAT…
I will never ever, under any circumstance, turn down a date for Mexican food.
AT SCHOOL, I’M INVOLVED IN…
I am a member in Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.
I am in Global Medical Brigades Organization, where we travel abroad opening medical clinics for third world countries and giving as much medical care and supplies as we can.
I am in Pre-Speech Language Pathology Society.
I play intramural volleyball, softball, and flag football.
WHY DO YOU WANT TO BE MISS COED 2016?
I want to take advantage of every opportunity in college. I would also love others to see how incredible Texas A&M is. Also, I was runner up for everything in high school, so I’d be nice to finally win at something. 🙂
IF YOU COULD GIVE OUR READERS ONE PIECE OF ADVICE, WHAT WOULD IT BE?
You only get four years of this college scene. Be exactly who you want to be and don’t let a friend, a boyfriend, or your parents change who you are. Have fun every single day and be nice to the weirdos. They will most likely be your children’s doctor. Work hard in school, but don’t forget to sit back and take in your 20’s. Choose kindness, and laugh often.