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Miss LSUS Contestants

October 06, 2017

We are excited that the Miss LSUS pageant is making its return to campus after being on a twenty-two year hiatus.
The pageant was brought back by the request of the LSUS Student Government Association, the Chancellor immediately approved the decision and the LSUS Alumni Association voted to underwrite expenses and prizes. It was a fitting choice to bring back the pageant during our 50th anniversary.


The pageant is this Saturday at 6 p.m. in the University Center Theater. Admission is FREE to LSUS students and five dollars for non-students. The voting for People's Choice will be held prior to the pageant and is one dollar per vote.


Seven of your fellow students will be displaying their poise and elegance this weekend for the opportunity to become an ambassador for the university.

Arlecia Dantzler is a senior majoring in General Studies, with a concentration in Social Science. She is the Vice President of the Tau Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Senator of the LSUS Student Government Association, and a volunteer to any organization needed.

Enia Gardner is a sophomore majoring in Pre-Pharmacy with a minor in Toxicology. She is a member of the Golden Illusion Dance line at LSUS, a member of the Student Government Association, and a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta.

Pearl Merry is a freshman majoring in Biochemistry. She is a member of the LSUS Student Activities Board, Minority Association of Pre-Health Studies (MAPS), Associate Member of Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED), and LSUS Cross Country.

Julie McClung is a senior majoring in Secondary English Education. She is a member of Phi Mu Fraternity, a member of the Order of Omega Honor Society, and a tumbling coach for a local gym.

Elizabeth Polk is a junior majoring in Mass Communications with a concentration in Journalism, and a minor in Sociology. She is a cheerleader at LSUS, a member of the Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society, and loves being involved in her hometown church choir.

Lauren Brooke Saulsbury is a junior majoring in Secondary Education, with a focus in History. She is a member of the Student Program of the Louisiana Association of Educators, and a Rotary Club of Oil City Volunteer.

Kylie Willis is a sophomore with an undeclared major. She is a member of Phi Mu Fraternity, a member of the LSUS Drama Club, and loves feeding the homeless with St. Pauls Episcopal Church. Please join us for this remarkable evening as we prepare to crown the next Miss LSUS.