Purdue names 2014 Homecoming queen and king candidates

September 16, 2014  


WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue University has announced the students who will serve on the 2014 Homecoming queen and king court.

The Homecoming court is selected through an extensive process that includes an interview by a panel of judges composed of faculty, staff, students, alumni and community leaders. The selection process is coordinated by the Purdue Student Union Board, which also coordinates the Boilermaker Night Train parade.

Student voting for the Homecoming king and queen will take place at https://www.boilerlink.purdue.edu

Winners will be announced and crowned during the 211˚ Session Sept. 27 in Mackey Arena, and they will be introduced during halftime of that day's Iowa-Purdue football game.

The 2014 Homecoming court members are:

* Rachel Borsa, a senior studying professional flight in the College of Technology from Erie, Pennsylvania.

* Jeneé Christensen, a senior studying civil engineering in the College of Engineering from Beavercreek, Ohio.

* Allison Grana, a senior studying pharmacy in the College of Pharmacy from Columbus, Indiana.

* Joan Jordan, a senior studying agribusiness in the College of Agriculture from Richmond, Indiana.

* Brittany Mihalec-Adkins, a senior studying psychology and law and society in the College of Health and Human Sciences from Fort Wayne, Indiana.

* Meg Nowaczyk, a senior studying nursing in the College of Health and Human Sciences from Munster, Indiana.

* Kelsey Quin, a senior studying health sciences in the College of Health and Human Sciences from Peru, Indiana.

 * Jason Carey, a senior studying agribusiness management in the College of Agriculture from Rockport, Indiana.

* Tripper Carter, a senior studying hospitality and tourism management in the College of Health and Human Sciences from Champaign, Illinois.

* Trevor Lear, a senior studying mechanical engineering in the College of Engineering from O'Fallon, Illinois.

* Neil Schaefer, a senior studying biochemistry in the College of Science from Franklin, Indiana.

* Luke Smedley, a senior studying pharmacy in the College of Pharmacy from Stilesville, Indiana.

* Daniel Sweeney, a senior studying plant genetics in the College of Agriculture from Indianapolis, Indiana.

* EJ Williams, a senior studying electrical engineering in the College of Engineering from Zionsville, Indiana.             

Writer: Greg McClure, 765-496-9711, gmcclure@purdue.edu 

Source: Margie Jones, program manager at Purdue Memorial Union, 765-494-8907, mctucker@purdue.edu

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