At Work in the MCC Office: 2011-2012 Student Workers
Kurtis Kelley of Evansville, Indiana is a senior majoring in Sociology. Kurtis has a passion for inclusion which explains his involvement in the Black Student Union as the club president. He also enjoys volunteering in the community, writing, and debating. One of his favorite things about the MCC is, "the volume of intellectual dialogue that takes place on a daily basis. I love the experience."
Marquita Fears of Indianapolis, Indiana is a sophomore majoring in Exercise Science. In her free time enjoys shopping and hanging out with friends. When asked about her experience at the MCC, she describes it as a very diverse center where people come together and hang out after a long day, and most importantly, it's a center that means business
LaShae Wright-Johnson of Anderson, Indiana is a Junior majoring in Business Management. She's a member of Designed by Grace gospel choir and in her free time enjoys singing, reading, writing and Zumba. Her best experience so far at USI was meeting Hill Harper at the 2011 MLK Observance Luncheon. As for the MCC, she describes it as a place where everyone is welcomed and where there's never a dull moment.
Elijah Tiggs is a transfer student from Indianapolis, Indiana majoring in Public Relations and Advertising. Elijah writes music and dances in his spare time. He has performed in the USI Live at the Apollo and even one First Place in his division following technical difficulties. When asked to share something about the MCC, he responded "the MCC is a place with a lot of good energy that excepts all people. If you are a student looking for a way to connect and get involved, there will be something that fits you in the MCC."
Ariel Crenshaw is a transfer student from Chicago, Illinois. She is majoring in Biology on a Premed track. She is involved in a lot of organizations on campus including College Mentors for Kids "CMFK." She is a mentor to a 4th grader at a local elementary school and is also on the CMFK Staff Leadership team. To Ariel, the MCC is "a home away from home. I go in the MCC even when I'm not working to do homework, socialize with my peers, and eat lunch between classes."
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