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FSU Students Star in New TV Message

Published September 15, 2015
Article courtesy of Florida State 24/7, Office of University Communications.

Television viewers will soon get a glimpse of what life is really like at Florida State University.

The University’s new 30-second institutional message features students and recent graduates discussing what Florida State means to them and how the university helped shape their lives for the better. The video message will be seen nationwide this fall during Seminole football games. Florida State University President John Thrasher said,

“Florida State University is an outstanding institution, and nobody knows that better than our students. That’s why we wanted them to share their stories with the world.”

Four current and former students appear in the video: Connor Dacey, Mari Kyle, Molly Gordon and Carmel Bourjolly.

“Our new institutional message provides an accurate reflection of what the student experience at Florida State is really like,” Thrasher said. “We’re excited that a national audience will have the opportunity to hear from our students in their own words about the life-changing quality of our faculty and our programs.”

The institutional message was produced by Florida State’s Office of University Communications. A longer version of the video produced for high school guidance counselors will be posted to the FSU Admissions website in a few weeks.

For more information see original article at Florida State 24/7