In preparation for Missouri University of Science and Technology’s 102nd celebration of St. Pat’s, the 2010 Queen of Love and Beauty candidates have been announced.
Candidates are nominated by student organizations at Missouri S&T. Members of the St. Pat’s Celebration Committee will elect a queen after a series of interviews.
Coronation ceremonies will be held at 9 p.m. Friday, March 12, in Leach Theatre of Castleman Hall on the Missouri S&T campus.
The 2010 queen candidates are:
— Brooke Beeson, a junior in business and management systems from Salem, Mo., representing Kappa Delta
— Amanda Brenner, a senior in mechanical engineering from Holt’s Summit, Mo., representing Sigma Nu
— Amanda Cook, a sophomore in petroleum engineering from Bolingbrook, Ill., representing the Student Union Board
— Rachel Cook, a senior in aerospace engineering from Buckner, Mo., representing 4 North
— Dani Corrier, a senior in engineering management from O’Fallon, Mo., representing KMNR radio station
— Caitlin Gifford, a senior in ceramic engineering from Fredericktown, Mo., representing Zeta Tau Alpha
— Ashley Hampton, a senior in ceramic engineering from Stillwater, Okla., representing Delta Sigma Phi
— Anita Heinzke, a senior in chemical engineering from Hazelwood, Mo., representing Kappa Alpha
— Lindsey Jateff, a senior in ceramic engineering from Cape Girardeau, Mo., representing Kappa Sigma
— Shannon Kelly, a junior in architectural engineering from Gatewood, Mo., representing Delta Tau Delta
— Hilary Kuehn, a senior in architectural engineering from Imperial, Mo., representing Pi Kappa Alpha
— Courtney Mitchell, a senior in engineering management from St. Charles, Mo., representing Sigma Pi
— Melissa Moorefield, a junior in architectural engineering from St. Charles, representing Miner Threat
— Kaitlin Parker, a sophomore in engineering management from Rolla, representing Chi Omega
— Leslie Pettit, a sophomore in mechanical engineering from Ballwin, Mo., representing Omega Sigma
— Alissa Pickerill, a sophomore in geology and geophysics from Ballwin, Mo., representing Sigma Chi
— Stephanie Rostad, a senior in biological sciences from Waynesville, Mo., representing Tau Kappa Epsilon
— Brooke Ryan, a senior in architectural engineering from Lenexa, Kan., representing Phi Kappa Theta
— Ashley Schlegel, a sophomore in civil engineering from Anchorage, Alaska, representing Alpha Epsilon Pi
— Courtney Shaw, a senior in business and management systems from Rolla, representing the Rugby organization
— Kailen Shores, a junior in nuclear engineering from Warrenton, Mo., representing Beta Sigma Psi
— Theresa Sinclair, a sophomore in civil engineering from St. James, Mo., representing the Thomas Jefferson Hall Association
— Rachel Somodi, a junior in business and management systems from Rolla, representing Lambda Chi Alpha
— Sara Stephans, a senior in biological sciences from Rolla, representing Phi Sigma Rho
— Julie Sullivan, a senior in undergraduate studies from Fenton, Mo., representing Triangle
— Catherine Swift, a senior in mechanical engineering from Eureka, Mo., representing Delta Omega Lambda
— Emily Tucker, a graduate student in engineering management from St. Louis, representing Lambda Sigma Pi
— Michelle Vaughan, a senior in computer engineering from Chesterfield, Mo., representing Student Council.