What makes you proud to be a Razorback?

The people. Everyone here at the U of A truly cares about each other and want to help each other grow. The people here really are unlike anyone you could find anywhere else.

What is your favorite campus activity? Why?

Sitting in the hog pen at Razorback baseball games because the relaxing atmosphere is the perfect place for a quick break from an otherwise chaotic life.

Who at the U of A has been particularly influential in your personal or professional development? Why did you select this person?

The men of my fraternity for helping me live up to a high moral standard and their willingness to hold me accountable for all of my actions, both good and bad.

What do you hope to do after graduation?

After graduation, I hope to pursue a career in energy finance and commodity training. More importantly, I hope to take all the lessons I’ve learned here and become the best man, husband, and father I can be.

What advice would you give to a new student at the U of A?

Get involved on campus. Find your niche and be the best that you can be in it. You have to be uncomfortable first before you can find your place.

How do you think your time at the University of Arkansas will influence your future?

Here at the U of A, I was forced to take on big responsibility earlier than I expected, and I think the resiliency I’ve gained and the ability to roll with the punches will help me to handle whatever life sends my way.

“Everyone here at the U of A truly cares about each other and want to help each other grow. The people here really are unlike anyone you could find anywhere else.”

Cole Anthony

Age: 21

Year in School: Junior

Major: Finance and Accounting

Clubs/RSO involvement: Interfraternity Council, President; Associated Student Government, Senator; Walton College, Campus Chairman; Kappa Alpha Order, former President; Walton College Finance Club

Favorite U of A Tradition: Senior Walk