Search
Christ. Scholarship. Service.

Huntington University crowns 2008 Homecoming court

Home / News / Huntington University crowns 2008 Homecoming court

Huntington, Ind.-The Huntington University student body crowned its Homecoming king and queen Friday evening during a ceremony in the Huntington Union Building. Senior Patrick Harding, a music business major from Avilla, Ind., was named king while senior Megan Kiehl, an elementary education major from Van Wert, Ohio, was crowned queen.


Joshua Cauhorn and Megan Kiehl, senior attendants
Senior attendants of the Homecoming court included Kathryn Crandall, an exercise science major from Anderson, Ind.; Alexandra Meriwether, a youth ministries major from Paulding, Ohio; Katherine Mitchel, a social work major from Decatur, Ind.; Ryan Bonner, a business management major from Liberty Center, Ohio; Joshua Cauhorn, an English education major from Avilla, Ind.; Matthew Schownir, a history major from Huntington, Ind.; and Adam Widener, a broadcasting major from New Whiteland, Ind. The senior men had an additional attendant because of a tie vote.


Patrick Harding and Kathryn Crandall, senior attendants
Representing the freshman class were court attendants Brita Kuiper, a nursing major from Lansing, Mich., and Daniel Evans, a film studies major from Santa Clarita, Calif. The sophomore class nominated Carita Landes, a graphic design major from Sheridan, Ind., and Peter Molinero, a digital media arts major from Potsdam, N.Y., as their representatives. Rounding out the homecoming court were juniors Andrea Cox, a missions major from Fort Wayne, Ind., and David Solloway, a Bible and religion major from South Bend, Ind.




Daniel Schroeder, a stand-in for Ryan Bonner, and a stand-in for Alexandra Meriwether serve as senior attendants.













(left to right) Matthew Schownir, Katherine Mitchel and Adam Widener, senior attendants













David Solloway and Andrea Cox, junior attendants














Peter Molinero and Carita Landes, sophomore attendants













Daniel Evans and Brita Kuiper, freshman attendants