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    Kayleigh Omang

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    Hi! I am a public relations major and recent transfer to St. Scholastica. I have an overwhelming love for animals and plan to do marketing/PR for a humane society after graduation. Being here, I’ve definitely fallen in love with Duluth and the surrounding areas. When I’m not studying at a local coffee shop, you will find me running through Chester Park or hiking somewhere up the North Shore. I also own a photography business, so seeing me with a large camera around my neck is not unusual. On campus, I am a football cheerleader and business manager for The Cable, the college’s student newspaper.

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Cheer Camp: Day 3

This blog post is super late (cheer camp day 3 was a couple weeks ago), but oh well. Life is really busy sometimes, and one of my favorite sayings is “better late than never!”.

Overall, cheer camp was a blast. Times ten. I forgot how much fun it is to be on a team with 20 girls working hard to be the best they can and inspiring their teammates to do the same. According to everyone I talked to, this year the CSS cheer team is the best it has been in years! It’s a good feeling knowing we started off the season high above expectations. (Below is a video of me trying a walk in hands with my teammate Abby. This is a stunt I’ve done before with a co-ed team, so being this close to nailing it with a girl lifting me is a phenomenal accomplishment!) I can’t wait until football games start so we can hopefully blow away the CSS student crowd with the amazing stunts we can do this year.

Holy cow, though! As soon as camp was over, I finally realized just how sore my muscles actually were. Then I had to drive back to Fargo afterwards and that just made me stiffen up and become more sore. Oh well though – sore muscles means a job well done!

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