Cheer on UC s Entrant in the Miss USA Competition April 11

Aisha Berry is a Western Hills High School graduate and current senior in the McMicken College of Arts & Sciences, studying business management. She has an associate’s degree in pre-business. Eventually, Berry would like to use her degree while pursuing a career as an international fashion model. But on April 11, Berry might have more than business on her mind. That night, Berry will represent the state of Ohio as Miss Ohio USA at the 54th Miss USA competition in Baltimore, Md. Miss USA® 2005 will air live on NBC at 9 p.m.


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