26 WKU students selected as Spirit Masters for 2021-22
- Spirit Masters
- Friday, April 9th, 2021
Twenty-six WKU students have been selected as Spirit Masters for the 2021-22 year.
Spirit Masters, known as the official student ambassadors of WKU, serve to preserve traditions, strive for excellence and make the spirit of WKU contagious. They do this through service to the university. According to the organization’s mission, Spirit Masters work with each other and WKU officials to extend the spirit of WKU to others so they, too, can understand how “The Spirit Makes the Master.” Spirit Masters were first presented to the University in the spring of 1981 and celebrate their 40th Anniversary this month.
Fifteen WKU students have been newly selected as Spirit Masters for 2021-22. They are:
- Alexis Courtenay, a freshman from Burlington who is majoring in Communication Studies and Public Relations.
- Cade Morgan, a freshman from Spring Hill, Tennessee, who is majoring in Financial Planning.
- Calleigh Powell, a junior from Bennington, Indiana, who is majoring in Public Relations and Corporate and Organizational Communication.
- Courtney Brangers, a junior from Elizabethtown who is majoring in Hospitality Management and Dietetics.
- Hannah Adams, a freshman from Irvine who is majoring in Public Relations.
- Kelsie Steber, a junior from Lancaster who is majoring in Broadcast Journalism and Public Relations.
- Lauren Bahl, a freshman from Burlington who is majoring in Sports Management and Marketing.
- Logan Majors, a sophomore from Leitchfield who is majoring in Exercise Science.
- Madison Feria, a sophomore from Bowling Green who is majoring in Biochemistry.
- Mason Quiram, a sophomore from LaGrange who is majoring in Meteorology.
- Matthew Brown, a sophomore from Shepherdsville who is majoring in Political Science.
- Molly Parker Robinson, a sophomore from Benton who is majoring in International Affairs and Economics.
- Ryan Alvey, a freshman from Versailles who is majoring in Mechanical Engineering.
- Sabree Norris, a freshman from Danville who is majoring in Elementary Education.
- Tramaine Hawkins, a sophomore from Hopkinsville who is majoring in Healthcare Administration.
Eleven Spirit Masters are returning for the 2021-22 year. They are:
- Bailey Alexander, a junior from Danville who is majoring in English for Secondary Teachers.
- Abigail Canter, a junior from Shelbyville, Tennessee, who is majoring in Corporate and Organizational Communication.
- John Downing, a junior from Bowling Green who is majoring in Accounting.
- Ashira Gibbs, a sophomore from Brentwood, Tennessee, who is majoring in Marketing.
- Matthew Givens, a junior from Greensburg who is majoring in Sports Management and Finance.
- Claire Linder, a junior from Louisville who is majoring in Mathematical Economics.
- Karina Masih, a sophomore from Park Hills who is majoring in Nursing (Pre-Nursing).
- Miles Newton, a junior from Bardstown who is majoring in Biology.
- Patrice Powell, a sophomore from Louisville who is majoring Dietetics/Nutrition.
- Jessica Wellum, a junior from Louisville who is majoring in Nursing.
- Matthew Wininger, a junior from Bowling Green who is majoring in International Affairs, Political Science, and Agriculture.