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MSU Homecoming king and queen named

Minot State University students selected Joshua Sandy and Brittany Baker as the 2014 Homecoming king and queen this evening. Sandy, a Velva native, is a broadcasting-public relations major. He represented Student Government Association. Baker, from Regina, Saskatchewan, is majoring in communication disorders. She represented the National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association.

Other members of the Homecoming court (with hometown, major and student organization) are Danielle Bates, Watford City, physical education and corporate fitness, Minot State Club of Physical Educators; Bradley Bingen, Hillsboro, Ore., physical education, Student Ambassadors; Sherry Chan, Neepowa, Manitoba, social work, Student Social Work Organization; Callie Cook, Minot, business management, SGA; Jennifer Gravos, Minot, chemistry, Science Club; Christopher Hodgson, Minot, elementary education, Campus Players; Christine Irwin, Hazen, special education and elementary education, Student Ambassadors; Leif Larson, Minot, geology, Mu Sigma Tau Fraternity; Kayce Rachner, Webster, Wis., biology, Sigma Delta Sorority; Codi Thomas, Sidney, Mont., criminal justice and Spanish, Beta Theta Sorority; and Megan Wolf, Minot, broadcasting-production, Campus Players.

Published: 09/23/14



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