Caitlyn Crippin (center), a junior business marketing major from Conyers, Ga., was named Miss Reinhardt 2007. First runner-up was Jayme Dodd (left) a sophomore majoring in vocal performance and music education from Fairmount, Ga. Second runner-up was Rebecca Watkins (right) a senior public relations and advertising major from Hiram, Ga.
Miss Reinhardt College 2007 Crowned on Oct. 19, 2007
Caitlyn Crippin, a junior business marketing major (Above, center) from Conyers, Ga., was named Miss Reinhardt 2007 on Friday, Oct. 19. She was selected from a field of eight contestants. In her role, she will represent Reinhardt for the next year at many campus and community events.
Crippins's campus activities include basketball cheerleading, orientation leader, Student Activities Council, Student Government Association, paint ball club and College Breast Cancer Walk committee. She has worked on numerous philanthropy projects. Her career ambition is to become the marketing director of a building and developing firm. After Reinhardt, she plans to attend graduate school and follow the path God has laid out for her. Her talent was a monologue from Grey's Anatomy.
First runner-up was Jayme Dodd (above, left), a sophomore majoring in vocal performance and music education from Fairmount, Ga.
Second runner-up was Rebecca Watkins (above, right), a senior public relations and advertising major from Hiram, Ga. Watkins was also chosen as Miss Congeniality by her fellow contestants.
Third runner-up was Lindsay Bradley, a junior majoring in vocal performance and sacred music from Crystal River, Fla.
Fourth runner-up was Elizabeth Perren, a junior music education major from Dallas, Ga.
Other contestants included Jacklyn Dowda, a junior visual communications major from Cumming Ga.; Kaila Oliver, a junior music education major from Cedartown, Ga.; and Alexandra Zakar, a sophomore music education major from Marietta, Ga.
Briana Moody, a junior communication major from Grovetown, Ga., planned and coordinated the event, and Reginald Jacobs, a senior biology major from Talladega, Ala., was the emcee.
The Competitionwas open to all women who are full-time Reinhardt students. The contestants were judged on academic excellence, commitment to community, talent, interview and evening gown categories