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Sloss Hall

Meet your RAs
Sloss Hall was built in 2008 and is named after Dr. F. Brooke Sloss. He taught mathematics, was the Westminster Dean of Faculty, Dean of Men and tennis coach. Dr. Sloss dedicated 66 years to Westminster.

Lydia Creech

Major: Spanish & Accounting
Hometown: Republic, MO
Describe yourself in 3 words: Sarcastic, Friendly, Loving
Why Westminster? 
The at-home feel and crazy awesome people I get to see every day! 
Where do you see yourself after graduation and how did Westminster help you get there?
Working overseas in the CIA, Westminster has and continues to provide me with opportunities to practice my leadership skills and interpersonal skills. It is also a great place to meet and connect with Alumni who have real world experience in the field that I want to go into.
What is your favorite class and why?
Spanish is my favorite class because it is very interactive and I have increased my knowledge and ability to speak the language so much after just one year.
What is currently your fondest ‘Westminster’ memory?
Showing Blue Jay Pride by attending campus events and sports games with my friends!
What Motivates You?
My desire to achieve the best of my ability.
Advice to an incoming student:
Try as many things as you possibly can, even if you find you're not good at it. I guarentee you'll make at least one new friend, and who doesn't love those?? 
Clubs and Organizations:
Campus Activies Board, Student Government Association, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Campus Worship Team, Student Conduct Board, and Spanish Club.

 

John Martin III

Major: Business Communications
Minor: English
Hometown: Houston, TX
Describe yourself in 3 words: Mom I'm Hungry
Why Westminster? 
"Westminster is what you make it" is what I've heard from previous students and ever since I stepped foot on Campus I made Westminster my home. Friendly atmosphere ,amazing people, and fun things always going on around campus.
Where do you see yourself after graduation and how is Westminster helping you get there? 
After graduation I see myself hopefully working for a company like Audi as a representative, making business connections and traveling the world. Westminster has been providing me with the tools I need to be prepared for the job of my dreams and also with gateways to the company such as, internship opportunities and career fairs.
What is your favorite class and why? 
LST The Leader within is my favorite class that is where you'll meet so many great people and learn more about Westmo's campus.
What is currently your fondest ‘Westminster’ memory? 
My fondest memory has to have been serenades with my brothers. I mean who wouldn't enjoy watching most of the football team attempt to sing and dance?
What Motivates You? 
Family and the fear of failure.
Advice to an incoming student: 
Just be you because no matter who you are you will fit in here at Westminster. Also try new things, campus offers a lot of new opportunities thanks to CAB.
Clubs and Organizations: BlueJay Football and Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

 

KAYLA WILSON

Major: International Business
Minor: None
Home Town: St. Louis, MO
Describe yourself in 3 words: Responsible, Honest, and Hardworking
Why Westminster? 
Close to home and everyone here is super nice and friendly. 
Where do you see yourself after graduation and how is Westminster helping you get there? 
Hopefully I will be traveling the world and doing business overseas. Westminster is helping me reach my goal by giving me the opportunities to do a semester aboard or Semester at Sea.
What is your favorite class and why? 
My favorite class was walk/jog class. It was an easy A because all you have to do is walk.
What is currently your fondest ‘Westminster’ memory? 
My fondest memory so far was my first day on campus. I was welcomed by everyone with open arms and it made me feel so happy.
What Motivates You? 
My mom motivates me the most. She is the hardest working person I know and seeing that makes me strive to be just like her. 
Advice to an incoming student:
Learn how to manage your time. Know when it is time to party and time to study. It is the most important thing to do as incoming freshman. If you can't do that then the next four years will be rough. 
Clubs and Organizations: None

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