Mount Union College Crowns Homecoming Queen and King
April 15, 2010
During halftime of the Mount Union College vs. Capital University football game on October 28, Michelle Fulena of Newcastle, PA and Chad Johnson of Ashtabula were named Homecoming Queen and King respectively.
Fulena, a mathematics major, is a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, currently serving as president. She is also a member of Blue Key and Order of Omega honoraries, has served as a Preview and Orientation Guide and a Dolwing Mentor and has been named to the Dean's List.
Johnson, an accounting major, was a recipient of the Robert E. Hillier Family Scholarship, the James Michael Lombardi Scholarship and the Dean Taylor Leadership Prize. A member of the Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity, Student Activities Council and Blue Key honorary, he has served as a Preview and Orientation Guide and as vice president of the Residence Hall Association. He has also been named to the Dean's List and Who's Who Among America's College Students.
Other candidates for Homecoming Queen included Margo Bell, Krista Meek, Kay Sas and Katie Weaver.
Bell, a writing major of Carrollton, has been named to the Dean's List. She is a member of the Residence Life Staff and College Judicial Board.
Meek, a political science major of Negley, is presidnet of Delta Sigma Tau honorary and has served on the Resident Life Staff and College Democrats.
Sas, a media computing major of Elyria, is president of Alpha Phi Omega. She has served as a Preview and Orientation Guide and Relay for Life Coordinator. She has been named to Who's Who Among America's College Students and is a member of Blue Key honorary. She was a member of the women's volleyball team and has appeared on the Dean's List.
Weaver, a history major of Perry, serves as vice president of Alpha Xi Delta sorority. She is a member of the Mount Union Marching Band, Fire Engine CHoir and has served as a Preview and Orientation Guide. She was a recipient of the John E. and Helen W. Saffell Prize and has appeared on the Dean's List.
Others in contention for 2006 Homecoming King included Alexander Darr, Derek Gordon, Kinsey McInturf and Gerald Traster.
Darr, a political science major of Port Clinton, currently serves as president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. A member of the History and Political Science Club, he has served as president of the Men's Residence Hall Association and was a member of the men's swimming team and the College Republicans. He is a recipient of the Judge Phillips Pre-Law Prize and has been named to the Dean's List, Order of Omega honorary and Who's Who Among America's College Students.
Gordon, a political science major of Canton, serves as Senior Class Treasurer and is a member of the Mount Union Gold Team.
McInturf, a biology major of Ada, is president of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity and a member of the Interfraternity Council and participates in the Mount Union Intramurals program.
Traster, a business administration major of Elyria, is a member of ALpha Phi Omega and the men's indoor and outdoor track teams. He has been named to Blue Key honorary and has appeared on the Dean's List.