Thirteen students at Missouri University of Science and Technology have been nominated by student organizations to compete for the title of 2013 Homecoming Queen.
The winner is chosen after interviews and a campuswide election held the week prior to Homecoming, which is held Oct. 18-19.
The queen and king, as well as runners-up, will be announced during halftime ceremonies of the Missouri S&T Homecoming football game. The game, which features Missouri S&T and St. Joseph’s College, starts at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19.
The queen candidates are:
Bridget Calandro, a senior in ceramic engineering from Wildwood, Mo., representing Zeta Tau Alpha
Kaitlyn Compton, a senior in mechanical engineering from O’Fallon, Mo., representing Sigma Phi Epsilon
Jennifer Drost, a senior in chemical engineering from St. Joseph, Mo., representing Chi Omega
Annessa Griffen, a senior in nuclear engineering from Washington, Mo., representing Kappa Delta
Jolene Harbin, a junior in chemical engineering from Tarkio, Mo., representing Phi Kappa Theta
Holly Haywood, a junior in geological engineering from Kansas City, Mo., representing Kappa Sigma
Samantha Kempker, a senior in psychological science from Jefferson City, Mo., representing Sigma Nu
Ashley Koesterer, a junior in economics from St. Louis, representing Student Council
Mireille Paquette, a senior in engineering management from Chesterfield, Mo., representing Pi Kappa Alpha
Madison Reed, a junior in metallurgical engineering from Rolla, Mo., representing Residence Hall Association
Savannah Signaigo, a senior in chemical engineering from O’Fallon, Mo., representing Beta Sigma Psi
Emily Wells, a senior in electrical engineering from O’Fallon, Mo., representing Kappa Kappa Psi/Tau Beta Sigma
Allison Wood, a junior in electrical engineering from West Des Moines, Iowa, representing Tau Kappa Epsilon.
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