Molly Cat Tannehill | Oxford High School Senior

Apr

15

“After graduation I have plans to attend Mississippi State University and double major in Broadcast Journalism with an emphasis on sports and political science.” – Molly Cat

“I am most excited about being able to grow my wings when getting to MSU. While living in Starkville I am able to meet new people and grow in ways that I haven’t been in Oxford. I can’t wait to be at Mississippi State. Go Dawgs!!!” – Molly Cat

“I absolutely loved my senior session! It was so much fun and I felt like a princess. Mackenzie made this shoot so much fun and abled me to be myself in front of the camera rather than a statue. I loved being able to show my true self and hope that it shows in the pictures. My hour and a half flew by because we were having so much fun and I can’t wait to do my group session with her soon!!!” – Molly Cat

“Some of my hobbies are hanging out with my friends and family, broadcast, and enjoying all sports! Looking back on these past four years, I truly can not believe that they are over. They have been some of the best and worst times of my life, filled with so much joy and good people.” – Molly Cat

“My favorite memory from high school is hard to be able to choose just one. A whole four years brings a lot of good memories and times with good people. My favorite memory however would be my spring break trip with a group of people from my school to Greece and Italy. Over this time I didn’t really know any of the people I was going with but got to know all of them so well, and really enjoy their company. This time was so amazing and a trip I will never forget. Another memory that will forever be with me would have to be when Oxford won the 6A football State Championship while I was on the sidelines filming. THIS was quite possibly one of the best days of my life; the pure joy and celebration with my big brother and classmates was all that I could ever wish for and a time I wish I could go back to.” – Molly Cat

“The one piece of advice that I would give to upcoming freshman would be to never shut anyone out. It is so easy to get caught up with only hangout out with your group, but expanding your horizons can make some of the best friendships. Having my group of people that I can count on was so important for me to be able to get through this crazy four years, but continuing to be nice to others also always gave me a friend in my classes.” – Molly Cat

Photographer: Mackenzie Rue

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