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Multimedia Homecoming web series: Meet the senior maid candidates

Homecoming web series: Meet the senior maid candidates

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HOMECOMING

Homecoming elections are right around the corner! Get to know your candidates up close and personal before you hit the polls Oct. 7. This web series will air Oct. 2 and run through Oct. 6 on The Student Printz website.

Raven Winding (left) Erin McLeod (right) - Photos by Jordan Crump, The Student Printz
Raven Winding (left) Erin McLeod (right) – Photos by Jordan Crump, The Student Printz

 

Who will get your vote for senior maid?
Raven Winding
Erin McLeod

 

Crystal Garnerhttp://shesagarner.com
Crystal Garner is a junior broadcast journalism and computer science student at Southern Miss who simply enjoys telling stories. Follow her work at shesagarner.com.
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