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Hometown: Springboro, OH
Major: Hospitality Management and Tourism
Favorite UK Memory: I guess I have two and can’t pick from either one. The first is beating South Carolina in football two years ago and storming the field after the win (my freshman year). The other would be the trip to Prague, Czech Republic I took this past summer as a study abroad class.
Fun Fact: I play on the UK Men’s Ultimate Frisbee team here and have done so for 3 years.
Hometown: Bowling Green, KY
Favorite UK Memory: Watching Moulin Rouge at The Late Night Film Series followed by singing all of the songs on our way back to our dorms.
Fun Fact: In kindergarten, I wanted to be a teacher
Hometown: Bloomington, IL
Favorite UK Memory: Experiencing my first Caturday and collegiate football game in the student section!
Fun Fact: When I was in kindergarten, I wanted to be just like my dad and planned on working at State Farm Insurance (LOL)
Hometown: Morrow, OH
Favorite UK Memory: Storming the field after the football team beat South Carolina freshman year and watching the basketball team go undefeated during their season.
Fun Fact: I have run 2 half marathons and am training for a third
Hometown: Kansas City, MO
Major: Sociology; Community & Leadership Development
Favorite UK Memory: The phone call I received when I found out I was hired to be a Resident Advisor!
Fun Fact: I’ve lived in 5 states, and I recently got into photography.
Hometown: Louisville, KY
Major: Biology with a minor in Family Science
Favorite UK Memory: During my freshman year, my friends and I were able to branch out and experience a lot of fun things as we transitioned from high school to college together. If I had to choose one, going to State Street after the basketball team won the Final Four game was really fun!
Fun Fact: I am left handed.
Hometown: Lexington, KY
Favorite UK Memory: Rushing for a service fraternity my freshman year - it's where I met most of my closest friends and allowed me to get involved early on at UK.
Fun Fact: I've learned how to count to ten in ten languages (although a lot of that's fuzzy now).