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Mount Union College Crowns Homecoming Queen and King

October 9, 2004

During halftime of the Mount Union College vs. Wilmington College football game on October 9, Laura Brown of Marietta and Christopher Blakely of Columbus were named Homecoming Queen and King respectively.


 

Brown, a psychology major, has served as president of the Student Activities Council and as a Preview and Orientation Guide. She has been named to the Dean's List.

Blakely, a business administration and sport management major, has served as president of the Black Student Union, has been a member of the men's basketball team and was the recipient of both the Wayne Manzilla Award and the Laurie Kolenbrander Award.

Others in the contention for queen included Stephanie Barille of Mayfield Heights. She is a math and political science major, a member of Psi Kappa Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta and served as Preview and Orientation Guide, as a Learning Assistant and as president of both the Pre-Law Society and Pi Mu Epsilon. She has been a member of Blue Key, the Math Club, Alpha Phi Omega and Sophomore Service. She was the recipient of the Tomsich Science Prize, the Carl Math Prize and the Doyle Award. She has also been named to the Dean's List.

Rayna Middleton of Canton was also named to the Homecoming Court. Middleton, a theatre major, has been involved with Habitat for Humanity and has served as secretary of the Student Environmental Association and Alpha Psi Omega. She has been named to the Dean's List and has served as a Learning Assistant.

Lynn Mortimer was also a member of the Homecoming Court. Mortimer, from Medina, is a business administration major with a marketing concentration. She has been named to the Dean's List. Mortimer has been involved with Delta Sigma Tau, Choices and the Black Student Union. She has served as president of the Association of Women Students and has been a member of Alpha Lambda Delta. She was the recipient of the Wayne Manzilla Award.

Jessica Schneider of Canton was also a member of the Homecoming Court. An early childhood education major, Schneider has been a member of Alpha Delta Pi, SNEA and has served as a Preview and Orientation Guide. She has been named to the Dean's List.

Those in contention for the Homecoming King included Matthew Antonini, a philosophy major from Fombell, PA. Antonini has been involved with Student Senate, Psi Kappa Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon. He has served as treasurer of the Religion and Philosophy Club, as president of Alpha Psi Omega and as vice president of Blue Key. He has been named to the Dean's List and was the recipient of the Prize for Performing Arts and the Carl Mathematics Prize.

Also named to the Homecoming Court was Mark Heltzel of Cochranton, PA. Heltzel, a business administration and computer science major, was involved with Psi Kappa Omega, Greek Judicial Council, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Delta and Blue Key. He was a member of the men's cross-country and indoor track teams. He was the recipient of the Shively Sophomore Award and the Robert Hillier Scholarship. He has been named to the Dean's List.

Ryan Krieg, a history major from Orwell, was also named to the Homecoming Court. He has been involved with Blue Key, the History/Political Science Club, Psi Kappa Omega, SNEA, the Jazz Ensemble, the Mount Union College Bands, Alpha Phi Omega, Kappa Kappa Psi and Alpha Lambda Delta. He was the recipient of the Doyle Prize and was named to the Dean's List.

Fumin Yang of China was also named to the Homecoming Court. An information systems and media computing major, Yang has been involved with Blue Key, Alpha Lambda Delta, Student Senate, and the Association of International Students and was the recipient of the International Student Award. He has been named to the Dean's List.

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