My name is Will Campbell and I am from Brandenburg, Kentucky. I am a senior majoring
in Film Studies. My overall dream is to one day be able to direct major film productions.
Also, I enjoy the technical aspects of film, such as editing. I love sports, and watch
ESPN constantly. I regularly attend CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ). This is my second
year with the AARC and I am grateful for the opportunity!
My name is Tori Conyers and I am from Mount Sterling, Kentucky. I am a junior here
at WKU and am an Exercise Science major. On campus, I am involved in Campus Crusade
for Christ (CRU) and play intramural sports. I have also participated in Dynamic Leadership
Institute. I am a proud member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. In my spare time, I enjoy
playing sports, working out, shopping, and hanging out with friends and family. This
is my third semester working for the AARC and I am thankful for such a great opportunity!
My name is Randell Lee Cook Jr., but most people call me Randy. I am 21 years old,
a senior here at Western Kentucky University and from Louisville, Kentucky. I am majoring
in Public Relations with a minor in Political Science. My dream job is to work for
Google's PR team, but I wouldn't have a problem working at a PR firm in Denver, New
York, or Seattle. In my spare time I love hanging out with friends, watching movies,
reading, and going to concerts. I'm stoked to be working here and very grateful for
the opportunity the AARC has given me.
My name is Tara Watkins and I am a sophomore from Frankfort, Kentucky. I am a member
of the Honors College here at WKU and am pursuing a degree in Agriculture with concentrations
in Plant and Soil Agronomy as well as a minor in Chemistry. After graduation, I plan
on getting my Master's Degree in Agronomy as well. Athletics have played a major
role in my entire life, including here at WKU where I am a member of the Women's Club
Volleyball. I also enjoy volunteering my time at different non-profits because I
believe in giving back to the community. I love to spend time outdoors with my family
and friends and attend church, campus ministries meetings, and Bible study regularly.
WKU has already offered me so much, and I cannot wait to begin my first semester
working in the AARC!