S&T students nominated for Homecoming Queen

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On October 14, 2008

Missouri University of Science and Technology student organizations have nominated 11 students to compete for the title of 2008 Homecoming Queen.

The winner is chosen after interviews and a campuswide election held the week prior to Homecoming, which is on the weekend of Oct. 17-20.

The king and queen, and the runners-up, will be announced during halftime ceremonies of Missouri S&T’s Homecoming football game on Saturday, Oct. 18. The game, which features Missouri S&T and Kentucky Wesleyan, starts at 1 p.m.

The queen candidates are:

– Dianna Meyers, a senior in ceramic engineering from Blue Springs, Mo., nominated by Pi Kappa Alpha
– Megan Rodenberg, a junior in engineering management from Independence, Mo., nominated by Student Council
– Caitlin Koebbe, a senior in electrical engineering from Florissant, Mo., nominated by Kappa Alpha
-Tori Ratliff, a senior in electrical engineering from Kennett, Mo., nominated by Zeta Tau Alpha
– Amanda Gealy, a junior in interdisciplinary engineering from Bel Aire, Kan., nominated by the Jefferson Hall Association
– Stacie Adams, a senior in business administration from Jefferson City, Mo., nominated by Kappa Delta
– Lacey Laird, a freshman in chemical engineering from Warrenton, Mo., nominated by the Quadrangle Hall Association
– Sarah Rapone, a senior in aerospace engineering from Waynesville, Mo., nominated by Sigma Nu
– Kristyn Smith, a sophomore in mechanical engineering from St. Louis, nominated by Phi Kappa Theta
– Emily Holden, a senior in geology from Saint Charles, Mo., nominated by Kappa Kappa Psi/Tau Beta Sigma
-Kathleen Chiles, a senior in architectural engineering from Independence, Mo., nominated by Chi Omega.

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