Name: Shannon Ihrke
Current City: Chicago
School: St. Cloud State University in St.Cloud, MN
Follow her on TWITTER | INSTAGRAM | Website: www.shannonihrke.com
CD: Where are you originally from?
CD: Which school do/did you attend??
St.Cloud State University – Go Huskies!
CD: What do you like the most at the St. Cloud State?
I loved living on campus and enjoying my freshman year to the fullest! I had a group of about 8 girlfriends and we were like a package-deal, we all we went everywhere together so naturally, we got invited to a lot of great parties.
CD: Sorority life?
Frats and Sororities weren’t a big thing at my school whatsoever.
CD: What is/was your major?
CD: What was your favorite class?
The classes that dealt directly with my major, business-orientated classes were my favorite and I actually had one legal class that I really enjoyed as well.
CD: What do you want to be when you “grow up?”
I still don’t know, maybe an astronaut 😉 Actually, right now I work for a radio station and I found that I like being a voice as much as I like being in front of the camera.
CD: How would you describe yourself? Geek, homebody or party girl?
Geek, homebody or party girl? I’m definitely a tomboy. I
really enjoy modeling, since that is my full-time job, but I love going to sports events, comedy
shows, fishing, camping, and just being active.
CD: Any wild stories?
I can put a pretty crazy party together from time to time. I once threw a party at my friends townhouse sophomore year in college and got my a DJ booth set up in the place AND got Rockstar Energy Drink to sponsor the party just so I didn’t have to buy any drink mixers! Broke college students can get pretty creative!
CD: What was your favorite late night study snack?
CD: What was the craziest thing you have done in college?
My college experience was just one big blur of craziness!
CD: Did you ever have a crush on on of your professors?
No, I always ended up with the really, REALLY old professors.
CD: What do you usually wear to bed?
A tank top and booty shorts.
CD: What would we be surprised to know about you?
I did so well in my public speaking class freshmen year that I actually helped TEACH the class the next year as a sophomore! I thought it was pretty amazing to have my own students and grade other student’s homework and public speaking skills!