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.