The Centre College Communications Office has officially launched “Centre Snapchat,” a new account led by a team of four students who will be sharing the Centre experience with its followers.
Evan Aroko ’20 is a Posse Scholar from Boston, majoring in English with a film studies minor. He is involved with the Diversity Student Union and the Film & Production Club.
“I am making and creating so many connections and relationships at Centre so far, and I think spotlighting the College’s greater community is a wonderful opportunity for prospective students and others to catch an in-depth, fun and creative look at what’s to find and see on campus,” he said.
Jack Daniels ’20 is a projected English and Philosophy major from Paducah, Kentucky. He is a first-generation student and Grissom Scholar and a member of Phi Kappa Tau.
Daniels said he’s excited about highlighting the little things Centre has to offer to every student that they may not be able to physically experience during a visit or maybe are even taken for granted by current students.
“I think that every student on campus has a unique view of Centre, and getting the opportunity to show mine is an honor I couldn’t pass up,” he said.
Makda Mehari ’20 is a projected politics major from Morehead, Kentucky. She is a Lincoln Scholar, a member of Kappa Alpha Theta and involved with the Diversity Student Union.
“First, I am excited about getting to work with the other students involved,” she said. “It feels great to be associated with such an impressive group of people. Secondly, it just seems like a really fun way to get students, both on campus already and those thinking of attending, more involved in the Centre experience.”
Lauren Rutledge ‘19 is a biochemistry and molecular biology major from Cleveland, Tennessee. She is a dancer, helps with theater tech and is heavily involved with STAND.
Rutledge is excited to showcase the diverse activities on campus.
“My fellow peers on the Snapchat team and I participate in lots of different activities, and I’m excited to show prospective students that their interests and passions can be explored through various organizations on campus,” she said. “The Snapchat stories are a great way to show prospective students and current students alike that much more exists on campus than they may think.
“There are so many ways to get involved and expand your experiences on campus, and the Snapchat stories give a glimpse into those opportunities,” she concluded.
Follow Centre College on Snapchat by searching username centre_college or scanning the Snapchat image above within the app.
by Kerry Steinhofer
November 10, 2017