Vogt is Missouri S&T’s 2008 Queen of Love and Beauty

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On March 16, 2008

Missouri University of Science and Technology student Carmen Vogt, a junior
in civil engineering from Rolla, was crowned the 2008 Queen of Love and Beauty
for the 100th annual St. Pat’s Celebration at Missouri S&T. Vogt was
nominated by Tau Kappa Epsilon.

The four women chosen as members of the queen’s court were:

First runner-up, Princess of Peace and Happiness – Jennifer Brittany Hill, a
junior in business and management systems from Oxford, Miss. Hill was nominated
by Alpha Phi Omega.

Second runner-up, Countess of Chastity and Virtue – Christina Ray, a senior
in engineering management from San Antonio, Texas. Ray was nominated by Beta
Sigma Psi.

Third runner-up, Duchess of Desire and Ecstasy – Brianna Force, a senior in
geology and geophysics from Edina, Mo. Force was nominated by Kappa Sigma.

Fourth runner-up, Lady of Honor and Devotion – Brianne Blue, a junior in
biological sciences from Wildwood, Mo. Blue represented Delta Omicron

The names of the queen and her court were announced at formal coronation
ceremonies held at 9 p.m. Friday, March 15, in Leach Theatre of Castleman Hall
on Missouri S&T’s campus.

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