What makes you proud to be a Razorback?

I am so proud calling myself a Razorback because of the community here. The people here are some of the most friendly, encouraging and loving people and I am so lucky to be a part of such a great community.

What is your favorite campus activity? Why?

I love going to the workout classes at the Union or the HPER with my friends. I especially love the Hip-Hop/Zumba classes because my friends and I just get to laugh at each other the whole time.

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

The women of Panhellenic have been particularly influential in my time here at the U of A. They are all such wonderful people who have helped me become the leader, student and friend I am today.

What do you hope to do after graduation?

I am not sure exactly what I want to be doing after graduation, but I am considering either law school or going into advertising. Although they are in two opposite directions, I am excited to see where life takes me.

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

College is what you make it. If you want a lot out of your experience here at the University of Arkansas, get involved, meet people and try your best. You won’t regret it.

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

The University of Arkansas has given me invaluable experiences that have helped me find who I am and who I want to be. When I look back, I reflect on all of the friendships, skills, values, and opportunities that I have gained and cannot express how grateful I am to the Razorbacks for that.

“The women of Panhellenic have been particularly influential in my time here at the U of A. They are all such wonderful people who have helped me become the leader, student and friend I am today.”

Mackenzie Lantefield

Age: 21

Year in School: Junior

Major: Economics/Marketing

Clubs/RSO involvement: Panhellenic Council, President; Associated Student Government, Sam M. Walton College of Business Senator; Associated Student Government, Internal Affairs Committee Chair; Kanakuk Kamps RSO, Treasurer; Fayetteville K-Life, Small Group Leader

Favorite U of A Tradition: My favorite tradition is lighting the stadium up red the night before games. It looks so cool when you are driving around town!