Mount Union College Announces Homecoming Court

April 13, 2010

Mount Union College has officially announced its Homecoming Court for 2003. The Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned during halftime of the Mount Union vs. Otterbein football game this Saturday, October 4.

 

The five women in contention for Queen are as follows:

Lindsay Dimon, a mathematics major from Monroeville, PA, has been involved in Mount Union College Choir, intramural sports, Dance Company, Student Activities Council, Sophomore Service, Kappa Delta Pi, Habitat for Humanity, Phi Mu Epsilon, Student Senate, Blue Key and the Get On Target team in the office of student involvement and leadership. She was the recipient of the Wilbur and Burdella Stuckey Carl Mathematic Prize, the Ramsayer Sophomore Prize and the Dean Taylor Leadership Prize. Dimon has served as a Preview and Orientation Guide and has been named to the Dean's List.

Rachael Moser, an early childhood education major from Canton, has been involved with Student National Education Association, intramural sports, theatre productions, Sophomore Service, Alpha Lambda Delta and Alpha Phi Omega. She has served as a Preview and Orientation Guide and has been named to the Dean's List.

Tiffany Murello, a political science major from Avon Lake, has been involved in Habitat for Humanity, Alpha Lambda Delta and is senior class president. She has been named to the Dean's List and was the winner of the Political Science Award.

Marissa Ristau, a mathematics major from Parma Heights, has been involved in Dance Company, Sophomore Service, Alpha Lambda Delta and Habitat for Humanity. She has been named to the Dean's List.

Sarah Stein, a political science major from Shreve, has been involved with Student Activities Council, Mount Union College Republicans, Alpha Phi Omega and Panhellenic Council. She is a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority and has served as a Preview and Orientation Guide and LS100 student assistant. She has been named to the Dean's List.

The five men in contention for King are as follows:

Aaron Donovan, a business administration major from Westlake, has been involved with the Mount Union College Republicans, Intra-fraternity Council, the men's tennis team and Mount Union College Democrats He is a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.

Matthew Ferrel, a geology major from Massillon, has been involved with the Society of Physics Students, Venture Club and Sigma Pi Sigma. He has been named to the Dean's List.

Paul Hlivko, a computer science major from Tallmadge, has been involved with Alpha Phi Omega, the men's golf team and Alpha Lambda Delta. He has been named to the Dean's List and has served as a Preview and Orientation Guide. He was the recipient of the Dean Taylor Leadership Prize.

Brian Keller, a business administration major from Huron, has been involved with Student Senate, Student Activities Council, Sigma Pi Sigma, Sophomore Service, Society of Physics Students, Campus Christian Fellowship, Alpha Lambda Delta, Venture Club, Gamma Sigma Alpha, Psi Kappa Omega and the Greek Judicial Board. He was the recipient of the Wilbur and Burdella Stuckey Carl Mathematics Prize and the Faculty Physics Prize. He is a member of the Sigma Nu fraternity and is the senior class treasurer. He has been named to the Dean's List.

Ryan Rebholz, a business administration major from Canal Fulton, is a member of the Sigma Nu fraternity. He is president of the Student Activities Council, has served as a LS100 student assistant and is a member of the Get On Target team in the office of student involvement and leadership. He serves a treasurer for Sigma Nu.

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