Congratulations to the Newest Skulls of Seven

Skulls of Seven

Pictured (from left): Dr. Bernie Hansert, Fatimath Shafa, Jamey Lemon, Sydney Sexton, Golly Easterly, Annie Mulvey, Rupa Kamari, Alec Bise, Dr. David Jones

Westminster College is pleased to announce the 121st August Society of the Skulls of Seven. The Skulls, founded in 1898, is a mystical organization tasked with preserving the traditions and ideals of Westminster College. Members are respected members of the Westminster community who put their College ahead of personal and special interests. The organization prides itself on a commitment to the seven virtues of tradition, history, scholarship, loyalty and friendship, citizenship, service, and honor.

New Members

Golly Easterly (Grand Marshal)

Alec Bise

Rupa Kumari

Annie Mulvey

Sydney Sexton

Fatimath Shafa

Jamey Lemon (Baby Skull)

Bios of the new Skulls are below.  Congratulations to all!

Golly Easterly (Grand Marshal)

Golly is a senior from Little Rock, Arkansas and is majoring in political science. She has served the college as an SGA senator, the Vice-President of Standards for Kappa Kappa Gamma, a Westminster Seminar mentor, a Remley Women’s Advocate, a member of Student Foundation, and the Vice-President of the Missouri Delta chapter of Alpha Chi. She is a member of Alpha  Chi, the Order of Omega, Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, and the Westminster Honors Program.

 

Alec Bise

Alec is a senior biology major from Jefferson City, Missouri and is planning on becoming a Nurse Practitioner after he graduates. He is the President of Westminster Student Ambassadors, Secretary of Tri Beta Biology Honors Society, a Westminster Seminar mentor in Fall, 2017, a member of the Performing Arts Club, and a member of Delta Omicron Chapter of Delta Tau Delta.

 

Rupa Kumari

Rupa is from India. She is a UWC Scholar, a senior at Westminster College and majoring in biology with a minor in public health. She is a member of Interfaith House and has actively been involved with the Center for Faith and Service. In the past, she worked as an assistant for the Intercultural Engagement Office, went for sophomore retreat at Colors of Westminster, and was a peer guide for freshmen international students in the fall semester of 2016. She is a member of the Honor Commission, Student Ambassadors, Certified Peer Health Educators and received certification for Green Dot. Besides all these, she is highly involved with various intercultural events and shows on campus.

 

Annie Mulvey

Annie is a senior from Harrisonville, Missouri and is majoring in business communications with a minor in English and a certificate in global literacy. She is the current Vice President of Academic Excellence for her sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma, the President of the Missouri Delta chapter of Alpha Chi, a member of Student Foundation, a member of Order of Omega, and a member of Alpha Lambda Delta. Annie has held previous positions on the Campus Activities Board and SGA Executive Board and participated in study abroad. Following graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in Public Relations or a related field. 

 

Sydney Sexton

Sydney is a senior from Independence, Missouri. She is pursuing a double major in accounting and international business. On campus, she is a Westminster Seminar mentor and is a member of both Student Foundation and the Honors Commission, and a member of Alpha Lambda Delta freshman honor society and Delta Mu Delta business honor society. She works as Financial Aid Assistant to Jessica Haefke in the Financial Aid Office, and, after graduation, Sydney plans to sit for her CPA and get a job in the accounting field. She also hopes to travel the world as much as possible. 

 

Fatimath Shafa

Shafa is a senior from Baa Dharavandhoo, Maldives and is majoring in biochemistry. She is currently the Vice President of Internal Affairs for Student Ambassadors, a certified peer health educator, a member of Student Advisory Board, Student Conduct Board and Interfaith House. In the past she has been the Logistics Chair of TEDx Westminster College, Vice President of International Club, and Peer Mentor for international students. She has represented Westminster College at the Sixth Annual President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge in Washington DC, an initiative from the White House. As a campus leader, she was actively engaged in Colors of WestMO, Leadership Retreat, and Bone Marrow Registry Drive. She also participated in Summit on Leadership Development at Washington University, and Meeting of the Minds Conference in Kansas City. She is a recipient of the Davis Scholarship and after graduation she plans to attend medical school. 

 

Jamey Lemon (Baby Skull)

Jamey is a junior from Hannibal, Missouri and is majoring in biochemistry with double minors in music and public health. He currently serves as the Community Service Chair and New Member Educator for Delta Tau Delta fraternity, the Concerts and Comedy Chair of the Campus Activities Board, is a Resident Adviser and a member of Student Ambassadors, Student Foundation, and the Pre-Healthcare Professionals Association. He is also a member of the Order of Omega and Tri-Beta honor societies.

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