WSU senior Marty Spence, left, shows a Playboy page featuring her picture to her boyfriend, WSU alumnus Jon Shaffer.
...Courtesy of Marty SpenceWSU
senior Marty Spence
, left, shows a Playboy page featuring her picture to her boyfriend, WSU alumnus Jon Shaffer.
Wichita State University senior Marty Spence
said posing in Playboy
was among her
wanted to model since she
was 14 or 15, she
said, when she
stumbled across her
grandfather's stash of 1970s and 1980s Playboys.She
classmates at Rose Hill High School
that it would happen.They just laughed, Spence
said.Spence, a 24-year-old intern at Gold Media Group, a local marketing company, fulfilled her promise when Playboy's annual College Girls special edition magazine hit the stacks late last week.
In a four-page spread, she
poses on workout equipment, sometimes wearing only pink-and-green Nike shoes.The words "Wichita State" can be seen in the background.
The scene, she
said, was one of three the company shot of her
.The other two -- where she
poses like a schoolgirl and in all white next to a pool -- could run in later issues.
"I don't want it to be the end of Playboy
," said Spence
, who would not say how much the magazine paid her
for the photos.Spence
said the buzz on campus hasn't been too bad.She's
heard some people say things like, "Hey, that's her