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Miss WSSU competing in Ebony HBCU Campus Queens Contest

2018-19 Miss WSSU Christina Harris

Miss Winston-Salem State University is one of 66 HBCU campus queens competing in the 2018-19 Ebony HBCU Campus Queens Contest.

Christina Harris, the 79th Miss WSSU, is a senior biology major from Greensboro. Online voting for the contest ends at 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 31 with unlimited submissions.

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The top 10 queens based on the online vote will be featured in the pages of Ebony magazine and at Ebony.com. Harris says her platform is R.I.S.E., which stands for Rams Ignite Service and Excellence.

You can vote online.

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