Ann Lundy Games
Get to know Ann!
What year did you start as a student at WKU?
When did you start as a WKU Admissions Counselor?
What is your favorite time of year at WKU?
Where are you from?
I have spent the majority of my life in Kentucky, but have also lived in Mississippi and Tennessee.
What did you study in college?
I received a Bachelors of Arts in Visual Studies with a concentration in Art Education from WKU in Spring 2017.
Advice for new Hilltoppers?
Although college is such a wonderful opportunity to try out everything and you have options at your fingertips, be authentic and be who YOU are. Try out things you’re confident you’re good at as well as the things that aren't your jam. Hang out with folks who have been your friends since freshman year AND get out of your head and meet strangers who might not become your bestie. Attend the events that are offered AND continue pursuing your current interests. Figure out who you are by the things you do and the people you surround yourself with.
What does the WKU experience mean to you?
Gosh, there are so many things to mention here. The WKU experience to me is defined by sharing a giant house with 6 other swell gals who might or might not be messier than I was comfortable with, showing off WKU’s finest in the Potter College of Arts and Letters as I led a potential student through FAC’s artwork inhabited halls trying to exude all of the reasons WKU is an amazing place to have your college experience, *terribly* singing hymns with my brothers and sisters in Christ in the ‘ole log cabin, eating the two whole fabulously salty chips from the old burrito place in Garrett (RIP) whose name I cannot recall along with the smallest allotment of runny queso on the 45 minute lunch break between classes with 30 minutes of that being spent waiting in line, and switching between the Head and the Heart’s Signs of Light album and Chance the Rapper’s Coloring Book while figuring out how the heck to not die of bad posture while sitting on a wooden bench and weaving on a giant loom.
My favorite WKU tradition and/or memory is:
Either when WKU’s Cultural Enhancement Series brought one of my favorite authors, Anne Lamott, to speak (and then I got to be her book signing bodyguard!!) or when, to commemorate the end of the college journey of most of my 2016 graduate roommates, we traversed the Cherry Hall rooftop and splashed in all of the fountains.
What is your favorite spot on WKU's campus?
Likely the 6th-9th floors of Raymond Cravens Library, due to the tranquility and the options of the studying alcoves and the mid century mod plasticy furniture in the bathrooms.
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