Tabitha Jamerson, junior in advertising, is a late night DJ for KURE 88.5 on Mondays from 10 p.m. to midnight.
Kris Clarke, sophomore in business, just released his latest hip hop album, “You Can Call Me Kris” on February 1st.
Abby Lund, junior in performing arts, is a team leader for a devised theater group along with two other team leaders, Andre Johnson and Brittany Rebhuhn, who are going to this year’s region five Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. The festival takes place this week in Lincoln, NE.
Kiersten Naberhaus, senior in English education, is preparing for the theater department’s Directing I class 10 Minute Play festival, which will be held in the M-Shop on Monday and Tuesday. Naberhaus and other students in the class each directed their own play, and worked with other student actors.
Sam Thompson, sophomore in journalism and mass communication, will soon be changing positions amongst his peers in SUB. Next semester, Thompson will become co-M-shop director with George Potter. Like his brother, Alec Thompson, he works with the film and M-shop committees of SUB, Thompson also wishes to pursue his love of film and immerses himself in the various genres of film.
Christine Tran, sophomore in industrial design, has a hobby of creating clothes and accessories. Tran has a collection of her items on esty.com, titled Chic Ship
Taylor Clemens, senior in performing arts, will be presenting his senior seminar, “SeussaPOElooza,” this weekend in 2140 Pearson. Friday’s performance will take place at 11:59 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Alex Begle, sophomore in event management, is a member of Grandma Mojos Moonshine Revival, and also holds the position as the director of performing arts for the Student Union Board.
When Kim Paul is not doing homework for her psychology major and her five other minors, Paul is scaring patrons of the Haunted Forest as a cannibalistic clown. The Haunted Forest is a 14-year Ames tradition for many Iowa State students and also provides employment opportunities for students.
Ethan Peterson, junior in performing arts, has begun his fourth semester with the student improv troupe Grandma Mojo’s Moonshine Revival. From just a simple nudge from a classmate to audition, Peterson began a journey that would leave audience members grinning and laughing the night away.