Christina Nguyen

Students can follow Christina Nguyen’s candidate campaign on Instagram,  @chrissyforqueen.

Question: What is your year and major at Missouri State?

Answer: I am a junior advertising and promotion Major with a minor in public administration! 

Q: Where are you from?

A: I am from Blue Springs, Missouri.

Q: What organization are you representing as a candidate?

A: This fall, I am representing Freddy (Freudenberger) Hall Council (aka the best house!) through Residence Life!

Q: What other organizations are you involved in at Missouri State?

A Currently, I am a returning Resident Assistant in Freddy House and serving my second term on cabinet in Student Government Association as the Director of Student Affairs.

Q: What are some of your hobbies outside of school?

A:  I’ve been trying to get back into roller-skating, which has honestly been so much fun! I love to embroider when I can and  just hang out in Springfield with my friends.

Q: What are your plans for post-graduation?

A: After graduation, I would love to work for a social change campaign agency that advocates for social issues like human rights, equal pay and clean energy.

Q: Give us one piece of advice for students experiencing their first MSU Homecoming.

A: To get involved in as many events as you can and have fun with it! I met some of my best and closest friends by participating in homecoming my freshman year. At the end of the day, this is a time for all of Missouri State’s campus to come together. Don’t stress if you’ll win or lose, worry more about if you’re enjoying yourself because it’s supposed to be a fun week.

Section Editor

Lillian Durr is the Politics, Social and Pop Culture section editor at The Standard for the 2021-22 school year. She is a sophomore in English-creative writing. She also previously wrote for The Standard as a columnist during the 2020-2021 school year.