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HU crowns 2014 Homecoming court

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HUNTINGTON, Ind. Today, the Huntington University student body named its Homecoming court. Seniors Ashish Dhingra, a film production and philosophy major from Haryana, India, and Becca Perhai, an elementary and special education major from Port Huron, Mich., were crowned king and queen during this evening's coronation ceremony. Homecoming & Family Weekend began today and runs through Saturday.

The senior attendants were Luke Batdorff, a mathematics major from Bluffton, Ind.; Joseph Brenneman, a mathematics education major from St. Marys, Ohio; Grant Fitzgerald, a film production major from Owatonna, Minn.; Breanna Amico, a communication studies and public relations major from Indianapolis, Ind.; Amy Snider, an elementary education and teaching English learners major from Wapakoneta, Ohio; and Natalie Spahr, an elementary & special education and elementary/middle-school social studies major from Huntington, Ind.

The junior attendants were Lucas Lengacher, a psychology major from Leo, Ind., and Amanda Morris, a worship leadership major from Auburn, Ind.

The sophomore attendants were Max Troyer, an exercise & movement science major from Angola, Ind., and Corinne Kauffman, a psychology and educational ministries major from Columbia City, Ind.

The freshmen attendants were Jun-Oh Kim of Seoul, South Korea, and Audra Klopfenstein of Archbold, Ohio.