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Miss JCSU to appear in EBONY Magazine’s HBCU Campus Queen Edition

Mariah Collins, Miss JCSUMariah Collins, Miss Johnson C. Smith University 2017-2018, will appear as one of the top ten Historically Black College and University’s (HBCU) campus queens in Ebony Magazine.

The Louisville, Ken. native competed against 62 young women representing HBCU’s across the nation. Mariah took third place in the online voting competition.  

EBONY Magazine has chronicled the African-American experience for more than 72 years.

She is excited about the opportunity to represent Johnson C. Smith University in a national publication. 

“I am thrilled to represent my wonderful HBCU in EBONY Magazine. As a young girl, I would admire all of the powerful African American women and men that appeared in the magazine. It makes me proud to know that I will be a part of history,” she said.

Mariah is a senior sport management major with a minor in biology and is active on campus.

She is an ambassador for the Health and Human Performance Department, a Psychology Club member, peer mentor and a member of the JCSU Pre-Alumni Council.

In addition, she is the game operations manager at MC3 Sports & Entertainment, LLC.  

She hopes to become a sport and entertainment attorney.

Mariah will appear in the magazine in its September 2018 issue.

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