Every year, students vote representatives for each class on Homecoming Court. The following students were chosen to be a part of the 2011 Homecoming Court.
Students will vote for king and queen at the bonfire on Sept. 30, and the winners will be announced during halftime of the Oct. 1 football game versus Carnegie Mellon.
Class of 2015
Madison Cronin – undeclared major from Danville, Calif. Cronin is interested in softball, theatre and marine biology.
Tyree Campbell – biology major from Beachwood, Ohio. Campbell’s interests include swimming, creative writing, piano and singing. He is involved with the Ghost Hunters, KCPB, Veticus and the Video Game Club.
Class of 2014
Cody McGill – biology major from Erie, Pa. McGill is the resident assistant in Miller Hall, a Welcome Center staff member and is on the Ultimate Frisbee team. She loves to read, ride horses and spend time at the James H. Barrow Field Station.
Job Fields – biology/pre-med major from Chillicothe, Ohio. Fields is the captain of the swim team, a resident assistant in Bowler Hall and a student worker in the Admission office. He also is a member of the Net and is a campus tour guide.
Class of 2013
Rose Zychowski – psychology major from Lakewood, Ohio. Zychowski is involved in Holistic Well-Being, and she is a co-chair for Relay for Life. She loves being at the beach and traveling.
Bryan Nemire – biology and environmental studies double major from Berlin Heights, Ohio. Nemire is on the cross country team and part of the Frisbee Club. He is also a Garfield Scholar.
Class of 2012
Sarah Bee – creative writing major from Akron, Ohio. Bee is co-captain of the cheerleading squad. She works at the Office of Special Events, and loves to write and read in her spare time.
Shaina Bryan – management major from South Euclid, Ohio. Bryan is the team captain of the volleyball team. She is a member of the African-American Student Union and is a representative for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
Hutch Bailie – social science major from Pittsburgh, Pa. Bailie is a member of Kappa Sigma Pi, Army ROTC, the African-American Student Union and the Fitness Club. He is also on the rugby team.
Greg Fuhrman – environmental studies major from Fort Wayne, Ind. Fuhrman is the president of Circle K Club, a community service organization. He has worked at the James H. Barrow Field Station for four years and loves to go fishing.