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Rachel Anderson

{president of the Missouri Students Association}
Saturday, April 14, 2007 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 7:30 a.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 22, 2008
Rachel Anderson

My guiltiest pleasure is ... lying in bed and watching “Grey’s Anatomy” or reading US Weekly.

The best and worst things about being president of the student body are ... It’s really humbling and rewarding to see the difference students can make. The worst thing is that people expect me to be everywhere all the time and know everything about anything, even if it doesn’t relate to MSA. Sometimes people forget that I am a student, too.

If I could only take three things on a deserted island with me they would be ... suntan lotion, a construction company, and Patrick Dempsey (aka Dr. McDreamy of “Grey’s Anatomy”).

The one piece of clothing I can’t live without is ... my favorite pair of jeans from Express — I have had them since freshman year.

The funniest thing I have heard is ... that The University of Kansas is going to win the NCAA tournament.

My favorite place to eat in Columbia is … The Heidelberg.

And I always order ... the Chicken Caesar Salad Wrap with french fries.

The thing people probably assume about me but are completely wrong about is ... that I’m really clean and organized ... my room is a total mess!


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