2019 Top 20 Homecoming Candidates Announced
The top 20 Homecoming King and Queen candidates were recognized for their contributions to campus and the student body at the Top 20 Reception, held Thursday, Oct. 10, at the Fowler House Conservatory.
The Associated Student Government in conjunction with the Arkansas Alumni Association are pleased to announce the Top 20 Homecoming King and Queen Candidates who advanced in the search for the 2019 Homecoming Queen and King.
These students were recognized for their contributions to campus and the student body at the Top 20 Reception, held Thursday, Oct. 10, at the Fowler House Conservatory.
The Top 20 candidates and their nominating registered student organizations are as follows:
2019 Top 20 Homecoming King Candidates
- Ahmere Albert - Panhellenic Council
- Alberto Rivera - Chi Omega
- Alexander Johnson - Volunteer Action Center
- Bradley Saad - Panhellenic Council
- Brandon Turner - Associated Student Government
- Coleman Warren - Volunteer Action Center
- Daniel Webster - Black Students Association
- Gunner Gilbert - Theta Chi Fraternity
- Harrison Dawson - American Institute of Chemical Engineers
- Hudson Surber - Chi Omega
- Jack West - oSTEM
- Joshua Taylor - Student Alumni Association
- Kevin Haney - Volunteer Action Center
- Mason English - Delta Delta Delta
- Matthew Crenshaw - Lambda Chi Alpha
- Pranav Suri - Alpha Eta Mu Beta
- Strohmann Breeding - Phi Mu
- Thomas McKeown - Horticulture Club
- William Neely - Delta Delta Delta
- Zachary Keating - Zeta Tau Alpha
2019 Top 20 Homecoming Queen Candidates
- Aja Jefferson - Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated
- Alexandra Mullins - Zeta Tau Alpha
- Anna Cunningham - Delta Delta Delta
- Annah Love - Pi Beta Phi
- Ashton Robbins - Alpha Omicron Pi
- Brooke Nunn - Kappa Kappa Gamma
- Caroline Praestholm - Mental Health Awareness Organization
- Cassidy Cook - Associated Student Government
- Caty Langston - The Wells Project
- Chimdera Nzelu - Inspire
- Elizabeth Muscari - Panhellenic Council
- Katherine Gilbrech - Student Nursing Association
- Lindsey McVeigh - Kappa Kappa Gamma
- Maya Charles - Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated
- Mayu Sato - National Society of Collegiate Scholars
- McKenzie Meehan - Chi Omega
- Sally Barnes - Theta Chi Fraternity
- Samia Ismail - oSTEM
- Sarah Lowe - Stand Up For Reproductive Rights & Gender Equity
- Tara Bates - Panhellenic Council
These candidates advanced to an interview process to select the Top 12 King and Queen candidates. Those remaining candidates will then have a second interview to compete for a spot on the Homecoming Court. The Homecoming Court consists of the seven finalists for each of the two Homecoming titles. The 2019 Homecoming King's & Queen's Court will be announced on Thursday, Oct. 24, at the annual Chancellor's Ball held at The Graduate hotel in Downtown Fayetteville.
The court will appear in the Homecoming Parade on Friday, Nov. 1, and the Homecoming Queen and King will be announced at the Homecoming Pep Rally following the parade. The Homecoming Court will be honored at the Homecoming football game on Saturday, Nov. 2.
For questions about the Homecoming Court Selection process, please contact the ASG vice president, Sadie Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Associated Student Government at the University of Arkansas is a student-led organization that acts as an organized voice for all students and strives to effectively represent student interest. Questions about ASG can be directed to 479-575-5205 or email@example.com. ASG is a program in the Division of Student Affairs.
About the Division of Student Affairs: The Division of Student Affairs supports students in pursuing knowledge, earning a degree, finding meaningful careers, exploring diversity, and connecting with the global community. We provide students housing, dining, health care resources, and create innovative programs that educate and inspire. We enhance the University of Arkansas experience and help students succeed, one student at a time.
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