Name: Molly Elizabeth Seefus
Major: Rangeland Ecology, Wildlife Management minor
Hometown: Fort Calhoun, Neb.
High school: Fort Calhoun High School
What attracted you to your major? I was attracted to my major because of my interest in wildlife and habitats. After graduation, I would like to do wildlife research.
What are you involved in on campus? I’m involved in Wildlife Club. We attend conferences with professionals in the field, have trap shoots, art contests, speakers at our meetings and ice fishing tournaments.
Where do you hang out in your spare time—what is “your spot” on campus? On a typical weeknight I am in my room, studying or watching TV—sometimes getting very annoyed with my neighbors blaring their rap music.
What is your favorite class? I like my wildlife classes because we get to do things like shoot dart guns at the instructor (Teresa Zimmerman) and work on wildlife research projects.
Why did you choose CSC and why do you stay? I chose CSC to escape a boy from my hometown, Adam Neumann. He ended up following me here, so I ran off with a cowboy. I stayed because I finally came to the realization that Adam will never leave me alone…and I got a good scholarship.