student workers of mc emily greer

Piles of graded papers are stacked across the desk as each awaits it home back into the hands of the students in the Psychology office at Mississippi College.
Amy Freeman, junior Psychology student, works in the office everyday of the week. Between grading papers, teaching a class, or running errands, she is always down for a good laugh and hair flip to get her through the day.
Austin Southern, right, and Katelyn Bowen, left, sit at the desk in the commons while working on homework and answering the questions of each curious passerbyer at this student hang out.
"It is definitely no easy task being the editor of the Tribesman, but it is a fulfilling one and I am glad I get to help people hold onto to the memories for years to come," said Anna Grant a senior Biology Research student at MC.
Yearbooks from the past eight years have been stored on this shelf of the publications office to give reference to those student workers that work for the Tribesman.
Zaria Gibson, a circulation desk worker of the Leland Speed Library on campus, enjoys the quiet environment to work and get things done.
Hederman Science Building is home to many student workers for MC, including Claudia Cruz. Cruz is a tutor for science and enjoys spending her time working to help international students have a better understanding of what they are learning.
Emily Kirk is a junior at MC and is also a Resident Assistant. "When I work at the desk I get to see my residents come through and we get a chance to talk," said Kirk. "I've been an RA for two years," she added.
Travis Pollard, a sophomore Christian Studies and Psychology student works in the mailroom fulfilling different tasks, like stuffing boxes, sending out mail, and getting packages to awaiting students.
"I love working in the mailroom because I get to see how each department across campus is intertwined and connected. I love getting to be a small part of every little section that makes up MC," said Pollard.
Each part of MC is made up of student worker that help make the university all that it is The hard work and dedication of these students should not go unnoticed or looked over, as these students are the glue that holds Mississippi College together.

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