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Mount Union College Announces 2007 Homecoming Queen and King Candidates

October 18, 2007

Mount Union College has announced its 2007 Homecoming Queen and King candidates.

Candidates for Homecoming Queen 2007 include Katrina Hermetet, Alison Lampp, Jennifer Ciszewski, Lauren Brobeck and Maggie Miklos.

Hermetet, a psychology major of North Olmsted, serves as president of Janus, social chair of Psi Chi honorary and student chair for Autism Speaks. A program administrator and preview and orientation guide, she is also a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, IVOP Gospel Choir and a cast member for Absent Friends theatre production and has been named to the Dean's List.

Lampp, a middle childhood education major of Rocky River, is active in Delta Sigma Tau, having served as vice president of chapter life, vice president of administration, ritual chair and house manager. A softball player for two years, she is a member of Order of Omega and has served as an LS100 mentor, president of the Residence Hall Association, a community educator and assistant resident director, senator and representative to the Board of Trustees for Student Senate, student leader for the Wilderness Trip, treasurer of the Panhellenic Council and has been named to the Dean's List.

Ciszewski, a history and sociology major of Highland Heights, serves as executive vice president of Alpha Delta Pi. Active on the Greek judicial board, she currently serves as secretary and publications chair of Phi Alpha Delta. She is a member of Order of Omega pre-law society and has been an active member of Alpha Lambda Delta. She has been named to the Dean's List and is currently interning with the Stark County Victim-Witness Advocate Division.

Brobeck, a biochemistry major of Salem, is president of Alpha Chi Omega. She is also a member of Psi Kappa Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, Mount Union Choir and MUC Players. A volleyball player for a year, she is in the Pre-health Professions Club and active in the Ski and Snowboard Club. A recipient of the Bertha Tsai Award, she has also been named to the Dean's List.

Miklos, a middle childhood education major from Hermitage, PA, serves as chapter life vice president and corresponding secretary for Alpha Xi Delta. She was treasurer of Alpha Lambda Delta and is an AWS Big Sister. A member of Blue Key, Kappa Delta Pi, MUC Players, Pi Mu Epsilon and a participant in the Wilderness Trip, she was also a recruitment counselor and public relations chair of Student Senate and has been named to the Dean's List.

Candidates for Homecoming King 2007 include Justin Shaub, Daniel Luketic, Greg Reichart, Jeremy Roseberry and Matt Leahy.

Shaub, an accounting and business administration major of North Canton, is president of the Investment Team and vice president of Tau Pi Phi business honorary. He served as treasurer for Kappa Kappa Psi honorary band fraternity and for Blue Key is involved in Accounting Club, Marching and Concert bands, Psi Kappa Omega honorary and is part of the B.E.S.T. Program. He is also a student marshal and flag bearer, is a recipient of the Robert Hillier Scholarship and has been named to the Dean's List.

Luketic, a business administration major from Rootstown, serves as senior class secretary, Tau Pi Phi president and was vice president of Blue Key. He is a member of the B.E.S.T. Program, Investment and Accounting clubs, and is a student ambassador. A member of Alpha Phi Omega, he has worked as a student call center supervisor and participates in intramural sports. A Presidential Scholar and recipient of the Robert Hillier Scholarship, he has also been named to the Dean's List.

Reichart, a history major of Sharpsville, Pennsylvania is president of the Pre-Law Society and serves as secretary of Phi Alpha Delta. A fourth year member of the marching and concert bands, he also participated in Jazz Band. He is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Kappa Psi and Debate. He is also a tutor at the Writing Center and has been named to the Dean's List.

Roseberry, a music education major from Wadsworth, serves as treasurer for the Ohio Collegiate Music Educator's Association and for Mu Phi Epsilon. He was publicity chair and steward for Sigma Theta Epsilon and is a member of Kappa Kappa Psi and was a member of Sophomore Service honorary. He also takes part in Campus Crusade for Christ, Vertical Praise Band, MUC Players, is the Music Theme House liaison and has been named to the Dean's List.

Leahy, a business administration major from Wadsworth, is president of Sigma Theta Epsilon. He is a member of FLOCK (Future Leader's of Christ's Kingdom) and president of the Health Care Management Club. He has served on the Religious Life Council and is a Student Senate representative. He has also served as a community educator and has been named to the Dean's List.

The 2007 Homecoming Queen and King will be crowned during halftime of the Mount Union College vs. Baldwin-Wallace football game on October 20.

 

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