Sweazey Hall 

 
Sweazey Hall was named after George Beaty Sweazy.  He was professor of ancient languages, the chair of physics and applied mathematics, and a Dean of the College for 26 years.



TJIZEMBUA TJIKUZU

Major:
Environmental Science, English

Hometown:
Aminuis, Namibia

Why Westminster?
When I made a decision to come to Westminster College, I didn't know what to expect.  When I arrived here, I found a supportive family that was willing to help me achieve my goals, and I made friends that I believe will be with me for the rest of my life.  The classes that I took really gave me a direction to find out who I am and make a decision of what direction I want to take.  My successes become collaboration, an effort of everybody from staff to teachers, from RAs to friends, and I will have it no other way.

Favorite foods?
Cinnamon rolls

Favorite place on campus and why?
The Fountain.  The falling water calmes my nerves and soothes me. 

An interesting fact about you: 
I have 27 brothers and sisters. 

Advice to an incoming student:
Make friends you can count on and make ties that will help you grow into the best person you can be..

Clubs and Organizations:
African Union, Civicus, and Environmental Friendly Students.



NATHANIAL CAUDEL

Major:
English and Education

Hometown:
California, Missouri

Why Westminster?
I came to Westminster, because I knew it would be a place that would help me to grow as an individual.  Also, I chose it because of highly regarded it is as a school, and I really enjoy being a part of the basketball team.

Favorite foods?
My favorite meal would have to be my dad's steak and potatoes.

Favorite place on campus and why?
My favorite place on campus woudl have to be the Historic Gym.  I like to go there and shoot when school work gets to be stressful.

An interesting fact about you:
I have four younger sisters.

Advice to an incoming student:
My advice is to be sure to get to know your professors, because they are a huge help.  They will not seek you out though; you must take the initiative.

Clubs and Organizations:
Blue Jay Men's Basketball Team, and Cru