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Miss Fayetteville State University 2005-2006 (5436 hits)

Kaity L. Parson was crowned the 2005-06 Miss Fayetteville State University at the 14th annual Miss Fayetteville State University Scholarship Pageant on Saturday, April 16 in Capel Arena.

Aside from Kaity, the contestants included: Carlitta Moore (Charlotte), Keisha Robinson (Philadelphia, PA), Jaime Guinn (Fayetteville), Tiffany Fogg (Manhattan, NY), LeAndrea Mikell (Hardeeville, SC), Victoria Ruffin (Goldsboro) and Tanisha Elliott (Bunnlevel).

Kaity hails from Charlotte, "The Queen City" and is a Political Science major with a minor in English. She is a member of the Student Government Association, Political Science Club, Future Alumni Association, Orientation Leader, writer for the Bronco's Voice student newspaper and former editor of the Bronco's Voice. Kaity enjoys reading, writing and singing.

Kaity says she ran for the title of Miss Fayetteville State University to give back to the university that has been very generous in affording her an education and a chance to grow as an individual and future leader of society.
Posted By: Reginald Culpepper
Friday, March 24th 2006 at 6:57PM
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