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Multimedia Homecoming web series: Meet the candidates

Homecoming web series: Meet the candidates

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HOMECOMINGVoting for homecoming candidates begins this week on Oct. 7. Get to know your candidates better through the homecoming video web series. Click on each group photo to watch a video featuring the your favorite candidates. Who will get your votes?

Freshman Maid

Doressa Williams (left) LaKeria Tubbs (right) - Photos by Jordan Crump, The Student Printz
Doressa Williams (left) LaKeria Tubbs (right) – Photos by Jordan Crump, The Student Printz

Sophomore Maid

Emily Hope (left) Annie Johnson (right) - Photos by Jordan Crump, The Student Printz
Emily Hope (left) Annie Johnson (right) – Photos by Jordan Crump, The Student Printz

Junior Maid

Sarah Beth Selph (left) Kapriatta Jenkins (right) Eboni Thompson (bottom) - Photos by Jordan Crump, The Student Printz
Sarah Beth Selph (left) Kapriatta Jenkins (right) Eboni Thompson (bottom) – Photos by Jordan Crump, The Student Printz

Senior Maid

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

Graduate Maid

Rachel Holman (top left) Ashley Frost (top right) Katie Donahoe (bottom left) Katherine Miller (bottom right)
Rachel Holman (top left) Ashley Frost (top right) Katie Donahoe (bottom left) Katherine Miller (bottom right) – Photos by Jordan Crump, The Student Printz

Homecoming Queen

Catherine Taylor (top left) Jamie Jackson (top right) Kierra Garner (bottom)
Catherine Taylor (top left) Jamie Jackson (top right) Kierra Garner (bottom) – Photos by Jordan Crump, The Student Printz

Miss Southern Miss

Shanice Floore (top left) Jaycee Padgett (top right) Moriah Moorer (bottom left) Shonice Musgrove (bottom right) - Photos by Jordan Crump, The Student Printz
Shanice Floore (top left) Jaycee Padgett (top right) Moriah Moorer (bottom left) Shonice Musgrove (bottom right) – Photos by Jordan Crump, The Student Printz

Mr. Southern Miss

Gavin Snyder (top left) Wilton Jackson (top right) Allen J. Moore (bottom left) Daniel Paul (bottom right) - Photos by Jordan Crump, The Student Printz
Gavin Snyder (top left) Wilton Jackson (top right) Allen J. Moore (bottom left) Daniel Paul (bottom right) – Photos by Jordan Crump, The Student Printz

Mr. Southern Miss

Bradley Floore (top left) Ezra Jones (top right) Thurston Robertson (bottom) - Photos by Jordan Crump
Bradley Floore (top left) Ezra Jones (top right) Thurston Robertson (bottom) – Photos by Jordan Crump

Editor’s Note: All candidates were offered the opportunity to appear in the web series. Not all candidates chose to participate.

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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