2021 Queen of Love and Beauty crowned at Missouri S&T

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On March 13, 2021

The 2018 Queen of Love and Beauty, pictured here during coronation, was Jessica Caravello.

The 2018 Queen of Love and Beauty pictured during coronation. Photo by Missouri S&T.

Missouri S&T student Dylan Volland, a senior in chemical engineering from St. Louis, has been crowned the 2021 Queen of Love and Beauty for the 113th St. Pat’s celebration in Rolla. She was nominated by Phi Sigma Rho.

Thirty-one candidates for queen were nominated by various student organizations at S&T. A committee of students elected Volland after a series of interviews.

Members of the queen’s court are:

— Princess of Peace and Happiness – Lexi Diffley, a senior in business and management systems from St. Peters, Missouri, representing Beta Sigma Psi

— Countess of Chastity and Virtue – Brittany Benns, a graduate student in industrial organizational psychology from St. Louis, representing Sigma Nu

— Duchess of Desire and Ecstasy – Dania Isidro, a senior in biological sciences from California, Missouri, representing Delta Sigma Phi

— Lady of Honor and Devotion – Marion Pollard, a senior in mechanical and aerospace engineering from O’Fallon, Missouri, representing Sigma Pi.

The identities of the queen and her court were revealed during coronation ceremonies held on Friday, March 12, at an online event.

About Missouri University of Science and Technology

Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) is a STEM-focused research university of over 7,600 students and part of the four-campus University of Missouri System. Located in Rolla, Missouri, Missouri S&T offers 99 different degree programs in 40 areas of study and is ranked by CollegeFactual as the best public university to study engineering. For more information about Missouri S&T, visit www.mst.edu.

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  • Christina Richards says:

    As a woman who graduated in 1985
    in computer science and currently specializes in cryptography, I find the propogation of female stereotypes at any university abhorrent. You are a STEM school and also doing this? Do you expect hiring leaders in technology fields to take you and your school seriously? Rolla used to be a gold standard; it saddens me to see this kind of poisonous sexism continue to happen.