Egypt Collins Miss Junior Interview
Briefly describe yourself.
Egypt Collins is a fun, out -going people person, who was born and raised in New York
What organizations are you involved with?
Egypt has chosen to focus primarily on her academics for the time being.
Why do you want to be Miss Junior?
Egypt wants to add to the campus community by bringing attention to community service, social awareness, and physical activity.
What is your platform?
Egypt Collins has chosen the platform: Get in Tune with BSU. The student body needs to get more involved in the community. Also, she sees a need for Bowie students to explore the limits of their comfort zones and develop a closeness to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning community. Not to forget the importance of healthy eating habits and physical activity through exercise.
How are you different from the current Miss Junior?
Collins applauds the work of the current Miss Junior, and believes that her being a transfer student is what sets her apart. This quality will help her bring new and exciting ideas from her previous institution to improve Bowie State.
How will you best represent BSU?
Collins will represent Bowie State as a tenacious leader, and do her part for people to view Bowie State as a college for tenacious leaders.
Who are your role models?
Egypt looks up to her older sister who is the first in her family to graduate from high school and college.
What are some issues or problems at Bowie State that you will work to solve?
Egypt plans to make Bowie State are more environmentally friendly campus to help preserve our world for future generations.
How closely do you plan on working with SGA and the general student body?
In order for her plans on campus advancement to work, Collins plans on working very close with SGA and her fellow students for these plans to be a success.
What are some of your future plans?
Egypt plans to continue her education at the University of Albany and to later become a meteorologist.