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Sweazey Hall

Meet your RAs
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.

Sydney Pinkerton

Major: Biology
Minor: None
Home Town: Kansas City, MO
Describe yourself in 3 words: Spunky, Funky, and Rad 
Why Westminster?
I heard the biology program was stellar and we have the cadaver lab. 
Where do you see yourself after graduation and how is Westminster helping you get there?
Medical School is my future and the one on one teacher help is getting me there.
What is your favorite class and why?  
Biodiversity. I liked it because animals are cute.
What is currently your fondest ‘Westminster’ memory?
Eating ice cream 4 times a day.
What Motivates You?  
If I finish my homework, I reward myself with 1/2 price shakes after 8.
Advice to an incoming student:
Be involved and hang out with me.
Clubs and Organizations: ECoS and Cross Country



Missy Rolseth

Major: Political Science
Minor: Pre-Law
Home Town: Owasso, OK
Describe yourself in 3 words: Witty, Adventurous, Creative 
Why Westminster?
I had always wanted to go out of state to a liberal arts college. The history of Westminster and the quality of the coursework stood out to me and made my decision easy! 
Where do you see yourself after graduation and how is Westminster helping you get there?
I plan to continue on to law school and the professors at Westminster are working hard to ensure I have all the skills and resources I need to go onto to prestigious law school. 
What is your favorite class and why?
Any political science class! All the professors are outstanding and challenge you in the best way! All the professors invite you to challenge them on ideas and put forth your insight. 
What is currently your fondest ‘Westminster’ memory?
My favorite memories are those spent with my sisters or suite mates just hanging around, studying, or going shopping. Movie nights and late night food runs are always fun and humorous as well! 
What Motivates You?
Knowing that my efforts now will pay off in the future and allow me to change the lives of others and help make a difference in the world. 
Advice to an incoming student:
Take advantage of the small class size and get to know your professors. They truly care about ensuring your success and are always available for help on coursework or other things going on in your life. 
Clubs and Organizations:
Student Government Association-- Constitutions and Elections Chair, Student Foundations, Alpha Gamma Delta-- External Philanthropy Chair, Phi Alpha Delta-- Treasurer 

 

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