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About Gabe


Bachelor of Arts – Public Relations & Business (2005), Master of Arts – Organizational Communication (2012) 

What MSU means to me

MSU means home to me. Since the first day I stepped on this campus, it’s always felt like my home away from home.  

Favorite MSU tradition

Homecoming – I’ve not missed one in 20 years!  

Favorite building on campus

The AAC – this is the basketball arena and where graduation takes place  

Favorite place to eat on campus

Moe’s or The Rock  

Favorite thing to do in the area

Visit Cave Run Lake – find friends with boats! 

Favorite downtown restaurant

Pasquale’s – cheese fries and stromboli!  

Favorite Don Señor order

Carne Asada 

Favorite Jimmy John’s order

#5 Vito with extra sauce and extra hot peppers on the side 

Favorite thing to do downtown

Arts & Eats Festival or Hometown Holidays are fun weekend events. Also enjoy trying the different food trucks – can never go wrong with the food trucks! 

My advice for seniors

Work hard and do plenty of research on what you think you want to major in. Job-shadow to see if that career is something you want to do the rest of your life.  

Advice to students selecting a college

Do research to see if your academic program is offered at the school. Visit your top 5 campuses. Ask questions while on your visit and to your admission counselor throughout the year. Be truthful with yourself when making your decision – ask yourself does this place feel like my new home for the next four years?    

Territories: Bath, Boyd, Carter, Elliott, Greenup, Johnson, Lawrence, Magoffin, Montgomery, Morgan, and Rowan counties in Kentucky.

Contact me:
Phone: 606-783-2000 or 800-585-6781