Missouri S&T announces candidates for 2018 Queen of Love and Beauty

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On March 12, 2018

The St. Pat’s Coronation ceremony and Tegan Brand is named the Queen of Love and Beauty on March 17, 2017. Photos by Sam O’Keefe/Missouri S&T

Missouri S&T is preparing for the 110th “Best Ever” celebration of St. Pat’s in Rolla, and the 2018 Queen of Love and Beauty candidates have been announced.

The candidates are nominated by various student organizations at Missouri S&T. A committee of students will elect a queen after a series of interviews.

The queen and her court will be crowned during coronation ceremonies to be held at 9 p.m. Friday, March 16, in Leach Theatre of Castleman Hall on the Missouri S&T campus. Honorary Knights and Student Knights will also be honored during coronation.

The Queen of Love and Beauty, her court and the rest of the candidates will all have places of honor on the queen’s float during the 2018 St. Pat’s Parade, held in downtown Rolla at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 17.

The 2018 queen candidates are as follows:

Lydia Aiken, a senior in psychology from St. Louis representing Alpha Psi Omega

Samantha Oelklaus, a senior in chemistry from St. Peters, Missouri, representing Alpha Chi Sigma

Michelle Anderson, a senior in civil engineering from Liberty, Missouri, representing Chi Omega

Courtney Bogert, a senior in biological sciences from Blue Springs, Missouri, representing Delta Tau Delta

Beth Borgmeyer, a sophomore in civil engineering from Kansas City, Missouri, representing Theta Xi

Melanie Bruce, a junior in computer engineering from St. Charles, Missouri, representing Greek Independent Board

Makenzie Buescher, a senior in biological sciences from Washington, Missouri, representing Student Council

Jessica Caravello, a junior in civil engineering from Crystal Lake, Illinois, representing Sigma Tau Gamma

Rebecka Connor, a junior in chemical engineering from Wildwood, Missouri, representing Student Union Board

Danielle Duello, a senior in computer engineering from Warrenton, Missouri, representing Kappa Alpha Order

Kayla Ford, a senior in aerospace engineering from Kansas City, Missouri, representing Kappa Delta

Elissa Gafford, a sophomore in mechanical engineering from Lone Jack, Missouri, representing Residential Commons Hall Association

Jerrica Givens, a senior in mechanical engineering from Boss, Missouri, representing Delta Sigma Phi

Heather Hingst, a junior in geology and geophysics from Hermann, Missouri, representing Miner Village Hall Association

Sarah Holloway, a junior in electrical engineering from Brownsville, Texas, representing Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Natalie Holste, a senior in biological sciences from Romeoville, Illinois, representing Phi Sigma Rho

Kate Hoynacki, a sophomore in civil engineering    from St. Louis representing Thomas Jefferson Residence Hall Association

Julia Ingram, a junior in civil engineering from Blue Springs, Missouri, representing Kappa Sigma

Jennifer Keeney, a senior in mechanical engineering from Columbia, Missouri, representing Residence Hall Association

Amanda Keeney, a senior in civil engineering from Columbia, Missouri, representing University Commons Hall Association

Emily LaPreze, a senior in civil engineering from Springfield, Missouri, representing Pi Kappa Alpha

Cadice Markley, a senior in multidisciplinary studies from St. Louis representing 4 North

Jennifer McKinney, a senior in ceramic engineering from St. Paul, Missouri, representing Tau Kappa Epsilon

Carly Neal, a senior in biological sciences from Overland, Missouri, representing Delta Omicron Lambda

Jessica Newburry, a junior in biological sciences from Monett, Missouri, representing Humans vs Zombies

Meghan O’Donnell, a senior in mechanical engineering from O’Fallon, Missouri, representing Omega Sigma

Alexis Prothman, a senior in metallurgical engineering from Rolla, Missouri, representing Phi Kappa Theta

Chloe Richardson, a sophomore in physics from St. Louis representing Triangle Fraternity

Kayla Rink, a senior in biological sciences from Chula Vista, California, representing Alpha Epsilon Pi

Lizzie Sanders, a senior in civil engineering from Lake Waukomis, Missouri, representing Sigma Pi

Jordan Schupp, a senior in mechanical engineering from St. Peters, Missouri, representing Lambda Sigma Pi

Alyssa Snider, a senior in petroleum engineering from St. Peters, Missouri, representing Beta Sigma Psi

Lauren Steele, a senior in history from Lee’s Summit, Missouri, representing KMNR

Andrea Studer, a senior in mechanical engineering from Reeds Spring, Missouri, representing Zeta Tau Alpha

Suzanne Taylor, a senior in mining engineering from Maryland Heights, Missouri, representing Sigma Nu

Savannah Wilson, a senior in biological sciences from Maryland Heights, Missouri, representing Phi Sigma Pi

Kayla Yates, a junior in engineering management from Warrensburg, Missouri, representing General Delegation of Independents

Emma Young, a junior in geological engineering from Warrensburg, Missouri, representing Geological Society.

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