Huntington, Ind.—The Huntington University student body crowned its Homecoming king and queen today during an evening ceremony in the Huntington Union Building. Adam Shoemaker, a not-for-profit business major from Sheridan, Ind., was named king while Sara Kessie, an entrepreneurial/small business major from Columbia City, Ind., was crowned queen.
Senior attendants of the Homecoming court included Antoinette Feldpausch, an economics and finance major from St. Johns, Mich.; Anna Grace Jeter, an English education major from Findlay, Ohio; Rachel Nazarenus, a family and children’s ministries major from Noblesville, Ind.; Sean Giggy, a broadcasting major from Andrews, Ind.; Justin Miller, an English education major from Parker, Col.; and Joel Wentz, a music business major from Greencastle, Pa.
Adam Shoemaker and Anna Grace Jeter
Representing the freshman class were court attendants Megan Durham, an undecided major from Hannibal, Mo., and Glen Pearson, a theatre performance major from Naperville, Ill. The sophomore class nominated Amber Wolf, a missions major from Atlanta, Ind., and Amos Rawley, a Bible and religion major from Greencastle, Pa., as their representatives. Rounding out the homecoming court were juniors Stacie Cheek, a social work major from Franklin, Ind., and Adam Widener, a broadcasting major from New Whiteland, Ind.
Joel Wentz and Andrea Francis (who stood in for Rachel Nazarenus who is spending this semester in an off-campus experience)
Justin Miller and Antoinette Feldpausch
Glen Pearson and Megan Durham
Amos Rawley and Amber Wolf
Adam Widener and Stacie Cheek
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