Lancer Clark and Karrah Clark

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How did you meet?

I would always see her walking on Campus looking so beautiful. One day, I got the courage to ask her out on a date, she said yes, and we have been inseparable every since.

What activities did the campus offer couples?

Movie Nights, Greek Week (Lancer…Kappa Alpha Psi & Karrah…Alpha Kappa Alpha), Spring Fling and Homecoming Court

What did the two of you do for fun/dates?

In the morning between classes, we would always go to Dairy Queen for Breakfast. This was the time we bonded and fell in love. We also enjoyed bowling together.

How many years have you been together?

Together since November 23, 2001, 14 years 3 months…Married August 7, 2004, 11 years 6 months

Are there any special memories of you two on campus?

We were on homecoming court together in 2005 and we graduated in 2005 with our BBA beside each other. All of our memories on SAU campus were great because this is where #teamclark began.

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