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Ashley Weaver From: Biloxi, Miss. Major: Mathematics Licensure
Ashley Weaver
From: Biloxi, Miss.
Major: Mathematics Licensure

Miss Southern Miss

“My journey as a Golden Eagle has been one like no other. Southern Miss has impacted my life more than I could have ever imagined.  I have been challenged to grow as an individual and have been inspired by so many to serve this place I call home; therefore, I feel truly honored and blessed to serve this amazing University as Miss Southern Miss.”

Zurick Thomas From: Memphis, Tenn. Major: Special Education
Zurick Thomas
From: Memphis, Tenn.
Major: Special Education

Mr. Southern Miss

“I am humbly thankful and blessed to be elected to serve as Mr. Southern Miss. I know that this title and position is so much bigger than myself.  It’s about encouraging all Golden Eagles to be better and dream bigger. No, I am not the “traditional” student, but the beauty is that I can represent the non-traditional students and still turn it up like the traditional ones.”

Olivia Vaughan From: Hurley, Miss. Major: Nursing
Olivia Vaughan
From: Hurley, Miss.
Major: Nursing

Senior Maid

“I am overwhelmed with excitement! Being the Senior Maid this year is going to be an unforgettable experience and I am so honored to be a part of this year’s Homecoming Court. I hope that I will represent my senior class as a student with determination to succeed in all my endeavors while showing all my love for Southern Miss spirit.”

Kayla Patak From: Birmingham, Ala. Major: Advertising
Kayla Patak
From: Birmingham, Ala.
Major: Advertising

Junior Maid

“I’m honored and humbled to be chosen as the 2013 Junior Maid. I honestly didn’t expect to win because I was running against such strong candidates but I couldn’t be more excited to serve. I am so thankful for this opportunity and all of the support I received through the process.”

Kacey Breaux From: New Orleans, La. Major: Nursing
Kacey Breaux
From: New Orleans, La.
Major: Nursing

 

Sophomore Maid

“It is truly an honor and a privilege for me to be able to represent my class on the field. I’m mostly looking forward to experiencing my first USM game on the other side, but will miss dancing on the field as a Dixie Darling that day! I feel that it is important for the homecoming representatives to be well rounded both academically as well as socially. This is how I have found my home at USM.”

Gabbie Munn From: Hattiesburg, Miss. Major: Polymer Science
Gabbie Munn
From: Hattiesburg, Miss.
Major: Polymer Science

 

Freshman Maid

“I think I best represent the freshman class because of my love for Southern Miss. I want to be as involved as I can be and I want to give as much as I can to my school and I think that the freshman class feels the same way.”

Casey Polk From: Madison, Miss. Major: Nursing
Casey Polk
From: Madison, Miss.
Major: Nursing

 

Homecoming Queen

“I feel like being elected to serve as the 2013 Homecoming Queen is a huge blessing! To be granted this opportunity has made me happier than anybody will ever know. It showed me that hard work truly pays off. I want to thank my USM family so much for supporting me in my dreams of becoming Homecoming Queen!”

Shelby Brohaugh From: Madison, Miss. Major: Audiology
Shelby Brohaugh
From: Madison, Miss.
Major: Audiology

Student Body Maid

“When I came to school in 2010 I immediately got involved. I have made USM my top priority and have met as many students as I can. Our students have done everything in their power to leave USM better than they found it and I am thrilled to be able to represent our school in that way.”

Brandy Jarvis From: Ocean Springs, Miss. Major: Marketing
Brandy Jarvis
From: Ocean Springs, Miss.
Major: Marketing

Gulf Coast Maid

“I am thrilled and humbled that the student body at Southern Miss Gulf Coast felt that I was fit to receive this honor. I am excited to represent my fellow students’ enthusiasm for academic achievement, leadership and traditions unique to our campus. I can’t wait to replay my memories and create new ones at Southern Miss Homecoming 2013!”

Marie Adkinson From: Pearl, Miss. Major: Counseling & Personnel Services
Marie Adkinson
From: Pearl, Miss.
Major: Counseling &
Personnel Services

Graduate Maid

“It is my goal as a graduate student to spread my Golden Eagle pride to all students. As graduate homecoming maid I will best represent graduate students by setting a positive example for undergraduate students by sharing my love for this special university. I will stay positive and treat everyone with equality! I love my Southern Miss!”

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