As part of the 2009 Homecoming celebration, Tierenee Raeshaun Roberson will be
crowned Miss Savannah State University 2009- 2010 at the annual coronation on Thursday, Oct. 29, 7 p.m.
Joining Roberson in the ceremony will be her first and second attendants, Brittany Jester and Jasmine Raglin, respectively, along with queens representing approximately 50 campus organizations. Tiger Arena is the site for the Enchanted Masquerade evening, which is free and open to the public.
A senior double majoring in political science (pre-law) and English language & literature, Roberson is a 2006 honor graduate of Stephenson High School in Stone Mountain, Ga. The Savannah State Concert Choir member is also a Tiger Ambassador in the Office of Admissions and Recruitment, where she inter acts with potential students and their parents. Roberson’s scholastic achievements include being named to both the President and Dean’s lists as well as being the recipient of numerous scholarships. As a Thurgood Marshall Scholar, Roberson represented Savannah State at the 2008 Civic Responsibility Conference in Washington, D.C., and the 8th Annual Leadership Institute Recruitment Conference & Career Fair in New York.
Jester, a graduate of Liberty County High School in Hinesville, Ga., is a senior mass communications major. She is vice president of Sisters Striving for Excellence, Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Delta Nu Chapter and the campus chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists. Jester is a member of the Mass Communications Student Association, Ladies of Venus and Elegance Modeling Troupe and Players by the Sea.
Born in Honolulu, Hawaii and
raised in Suwanee, Ga., Raglin is a senior behavior analysis major. She has maint ained her HOPE scholarship while being active in numerous campus organizations including Sisters Striving for Excellence, Inc., Lighthouse Project and Golden Key Honor Society. Raglin is a residential assistant at the Freshman Living and Learning Center.
Established in 1890, Savannah State is on the move to become the best value-added university in the nation.
The university’s approximately 3,800 students are enrolled in 23 undergraduate degree majors and five graduate programs in three colleges: Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Business Administration and Sciences and Technology.