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2004 SOUTHEASTERN HOMECOMING
COURT -- Seven Southeastern Louisiana University students have been chosen
as members of the 2004 Homecoming court and will reign over Homecoming
festivities, October 4-9. Chosen as members of the queen=s court were,
from left, seated, junior Candice Sanders of Slidell, sophomore Brittney
Harris of Baton Rouge, junior Kristen Mannino of Baton Rouge; standing,
junior Alika Jones of Gretna, senior Latosha Wilson of Baton Rouge, senior
Andrea Zummo of Loranger, and sophomore Stephanie Cloy of Baton Rouge.
The 2004 Homecoming queen – the top vote-getter among court seniors and
juniors -- will be announced at halftime of the 6 p.m. Oct. 9, Southeastern
vs. Northern Colorado football game in Strawberry Stadium.
SOUTHEASTERN HOMECOMING BEAU COURT -- Members of Southeastern Louisiana
University's 2004 Homecoming beau court are, from left, seated, senior
Whitt Prottsman of Enterprise, Ala., sophomore Phaon Spurlock of Baton
Rouge; standing, senior Rajah Kennedy of Baton Rouge, junior Arden Ballard
of Harahan, freshman Thaddeus McLaurin of Baton Rouge, senior Chris Kidwell
of Mandeville, and freshman Dallas W. Young of Denham Springs. The courts
will participate in a variety of 2004 Homecoming week festivities. The
beau and queen courts will participate in a variety of Oct. 4-9 Homecoming
Week festivities such as the Alumni Awards Evening, bonfire, and parade.
SOUTHEASTERN ANNOUNCES 2004 HOMECOMING
HAMMOND -- Fourteen Southeastern Louisiana
University students have been chosen as members of the 2004 Homecoming
queen and beau courts. The seven women and seven men will reign over Homecoming
festivities Oct. 4-9.
Chosen as members of the queen's court
were seniors Latosha Wilson of Baton Rouge and Andrea Zummo of Loranger;
juniors Alika Jones of Gretna, Kristen Mannino of Baton Rouge, and Candice
Sanders of Slidell; and sophomores Stephanie Cloy and Brittney Harris of
Members of the beau court are seniors
Rajah Kennedy of Baton Rouge, Chris Kidwell of Mandeville, and Whitt Prottsman
of Enterprise, Ala.; junior Arden Ballard of Harahan; sophomore Phaon Spurlock
of Baton Rouge; and freshmen Thaddeus McLaurin of Baton Rouge and Dallas
W. Young of Denham Springs.
The 2004 Homecoming queen and beau,
the top junior or senior vote-getters in the recent online campus election,
will be announced at halftime of the Homecoming football game when the
Lions take on Northern Colorado at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9, in Strawberry
The court will also participate in
Homecoming festivities such as Gumbo Ya Ya on Wednesday, Oct. 6; the bonfire,
pep rally and street dance on Thursday, Oct. 7, and the Alumni Awards Evening
on Friday, Oct. 8. The Homecoming royalty will also ride in the 2 p.m.
parade through downtown Hammond on Saturday, Oct. 9, Homecoming Day.
Wilson, a communication major with
a concentration in speech, is the sweetheart of Delta Sigma Theta sorority.
The daughter of Carolyn Wilson and Albert Perry, she is a member of the
French Club, Press Club, the NAACP, and the Black Student Union, and participates
in the Project PULL mentor program.
A general studies major with a concentration
in kinesiology, Zummo is the daughter of Frank and Betty Zummo. She is
the sweetheart of Phi Mu sorority, where she has served as president and
ritual and standards chair and was named most out standing senior. She
is a member of Gamma Beta Phi and the Order of Omega and is a former Lionette.
Jones, sweetheart of the Pan-Hellenic
Council, is the daughter of Patricia Ann Jones. She is majoring in communication
and is a member of Delta Sigma Theta sorority and Project PULL, and is
publicity director for the Campus Activities Board.
Mannino, the daughter of Ron
and Deborah Mannino, is a biological science major and is sweetheart of
the junior class. She serves as membership director of Phi Mu and was named
the sorority’s outstanding sophomore last year.
Sanders, a marketing major, is
the daughter of Gary and Wanda Sanders. She is sweetheart of Sigma Tau
Gamma fraternity and is a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority where she
currently serves as social chairman and a representative for the chapter
Cloy, sweetheart of the sophomore
class, is majoring in accounting. She is the daughter of Joseph and Lisa
Cloy. A member of Phi Mu sorority and the Excel leadership class, she is
also treasurer of the Emerald Girls and served as a Cub Camp guide.
Harris, the daughter of Redell
and Teresa Harris, is sweetheart of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. She is
majoring in kinesiology and health studies with a concentration in sports
management. She is a member of the Jumpstart corps, Campus Activities Board
and French Club.
Kennedy, beau of Delta Omicron
fraternity, is the son of Ronald and Eileen Kennedy. The music performance
major is president of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. He is a member of the Spirit
of the Southland marching band, the Southeastern Wind Symphony and Alpha
Phi Alpha fraternity. He received the 2003 Mr. Junior Pinnacle African
American Academic Achievement Award.
Kidwell, the son of Donald and
Cathy Kidwell, is a psychology and pre-med major. Beau of the senior class,
he is president of Psi Chi psychology honor society. He previously was
a Southeastern orientation leader and member of Theta Chi fraternity, and
serves as a Student Government Association justice.
Prottsman, a communication major,
is beau of the Dream Team. The son of Ron and Mary Prottsman, he is president
of the Baptist Christian Ministry, an orientation leader, and member of
Gamma Beta Phi and Phi Kappa Phi.
Ballard, beau of the Lionettes,
is an athletic training major. The son of Barbara Ballard, he is president
of Theta Chi fraternity, a member of the Wesley Foundation, and a former
Southeastern cheerleader and orientation leader.
Spurlock, the son of Personna
Spurlock, is a pre-pharmacy major and beau of the NAACP. He is a Project
PULL mentor, and is a member of the Jumpstart corps, Delta Omega Alpha,
the Black Student Union, the Student Government Association and the Justice
McLaurin, beau of Cardinal Newman
Hall, is a communication major. He is the son of Bernadette McLaurin and
a member of the Baptist Christian Ministry.
Young, the son of Wayne and Lydia
Young, is the beau of the freshman class. A business major, he is a SGA
senator, secretary of the Film Critics Association, and a member of the
Maneiacs and the College Democrats.
For additional information
about Southeastern Homecoming events, contact the Alumni Association at
985-549-2150 or 1-800-SLU-ALUM or visit the Homecoming link at www.selu.edu/alumni.