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The Daily Grind of Mekhi Jones, busy college student

While growing up, Frostburg State junior Mekhi Jones gained a passion for graphic design and volunteering which inspired his path today 

“When I was younger I used to watch a lot of cartoons and anime with my older brothers and cousins and then I got into playing video games with them and watching movies and reading comics. So, because of all that I wanted to become a graphic designer, game designer, and start doing animated movies and stuff,” says Jones. Read more >>

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Many students are hired to work in various job positions throughout Frostburg State University. Some students view their campus jobs as a way to gain experience in their area of study while others view it as no more than an opportunity to make some extra cash. Sarah Bernhardt and Brooke Erickson found their student affair affiliated jobs on campus so fulfilling that they have decided to further their education in student affairs in order to pursue it as a career. 

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