Huntington, Ind.—The Huntington University student body crowned its Homecoming king and queen Friday during an evening ceremony in Habecker Dining Commons. Senior Amos Rawley, a Bible and religion major from Greencastle, Pa., was named king while senior Katie Aeschliman, a public relations major from Stryker, Ohio, was crowned queen.
Senior attendants of the Homecoming court included Melissa Keighin, a social work major from Carlock, Ill.; Danielle Miller, a communication studies major from Findlay, Ohio; Jessica Rhode, a nursing major from Japan; Matthew Cable, a youth ministries and missions major from Chambersburg, Pa.; Joel Reichenbach, a youth ministries major from Bluffton, Ohio; and Peter Owens, a Bible and religion major from Indianapolis, Ind.
Representing the freshman class were court attendants Lauren Kerr, a missions major from Lake Orion, Mich., and George Halim, a broadcasting major from Canada. The sophomore class nominated Brianne Morrison, a Bible and religion major from Greeley, Col., and Alec Rosario, a business management major from Valparaiso, Ind., as their representatives. Rounding out the homecoming court were juniors Gloria Bonilla, a public relations major from Honduras, and Joel Bullis, a digital media arts major from Bel Air, Md.