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- Homecoming Royalty | Hornet Central
Fall 2021 ESU SPURS Homecoming Royalty This year the top 10 scores determine royalty, instead of the top five females and top five males. Nominations were submitted by RSO’s on campus, and from that the nominated completed an application. Six judges reviewed the applications (which account for ¼ of the total score) which then identified the top 10 candidates. The same six judges that judged the applications then conducted the interviews. The interviews usually last from 10-15 minutes. Like the applications, interviews are weighted 1/4. Timeline of Homecoming Royalty Events October 19-Candidates Meet and Greet on MU Main Street 11 a.m.-1 p.m., as candidate's classes allow. Do not skip classes to do this! The purpose is to meet students F2F. Dress-business casual October 20-Rehearsal at football field, 6:30. Bring the shoes you will wear at halftime of the homecoming game. October 20-Student voting through email begins at noon and is available until Friday, October 22 at noon. Weight-1/2 October 22-All candidates introduced at bonfire. October 23- Hornet Walk will include the Homecoming Royalty. October 23-The two candidates with the highest scores will be announced as ESU SPURS Homecoming Royalty. Homecoming Royalty Candidates Kelsey Beary is a nursing major and psychology minor. She is involved in Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority and the Panhellenic community where she has held many leadership positions. Other organizations Kelsey has been a part of include Union Activities Council (UAC), Emporia Kansas Association of Nursing Students (EKANS), and Greeks Advocating for the Mature Management of Alcohol (GAMMA). She was nominated by Sigma Sigma Sigma. Ashlynne Bowles is a choral music education major with an Ethnic and Gender Studies minor. She is a member of Associated Student Government (ASG) and serves as the Diversity and Inclusion committee chair. She has leadership positions in the National Association for Music Education (NAME) and the Kansas National Education Association for Aspiring Educators. Ashlynne was nominated by the A Cappella Choir. McKenzi Crossman is a Speech and Theatre Secondary Education Major. She has been involved in Chi Omega, Panhellenic, Pantomime and Non-Traditional Theatre Society (PANTS), ESU’s theatre department, and Stingers Dance team. She was nominated by Chi Omega Sorority. Maddi Douglas is an elementary education major. She has been involved in many on-campus activities including Associated Student Government (ASG), E-Team, Kappa Delta Pi, Memorial Union Board of Directors, fraternity and sorority life, Hornets Against Hunger, and the Union Activities Council. She is the President of the Trauma Informed Educators club and Recipient of the John Webb Leadership scholarship. Maddi was nominated by Kappa Delta Pi Education Honor Society and the ESU Trauma Informed Educators club. Kaylee Gleason is a pre-med, biochemistry and molecular biology major. She has been involved in many activities while at ESU including serving as President of Tri Beta, serving as the Media & Marketing Chair for the Honors College, a member of Blue Key Honors Society, Caduceus Society, Biology Club, Chemistry Club, Reading Volunteer Program, Biology Ambassadors, the Honors College, KINBRE Research Scholar, and she is an ESU Shepherd Scholar. She has received 1st place poster at ESU’s 2021 Research & Creativity Day and is a KU Scholar in Rural Health. She was nominated by Tri-Beta Biology Honors Society. Allison Haeker is an elementary education major. She is currently the vice president of the Trauma-Informed Educators Club. She has also been involved in Kappa Delta Pi, UAC, Chi Omega, Panhellenic Association, Christian Challenge, Lutheran Student Organization, GAMMA, Green Club, and led the “How We Teach This” podcasts for ESU’s Teachers College. She was nominated by Kappa Delta Pi and the Trauma-Informed Educators Club. Martina Miller is a management major with a minor in information systems. During her time at ESU, she has been a part of Phi Beta Lambda, Blue Key Honor Society, Beta Gamma Sigma, and Associated Student Government. She has also worked in the office of Career Services as a Student Assistant throughout her college career. Martina was nominated by Phi Beta Lambda. Jalee Ortman is an elementary education major. She has been involved in many activities throughout her time at ESU. Some of those include Thrive, ESU Christian Challenge, and the Lutheran Student Organization. Currently Jalee is actively involved in the Black Student Union, the Trauma Informed Educators Club, and Blended. She was nominated by the Black Student Union and Blended. Lucy Steyer is a political science major, with an emphasis in public administration and a minor in Ethnic and Gender Studies. She has been involved with many activities and organizations including Associated Student Government, the Emporia State Marching Hornets, the Honors College, Alpha Sigma Alpha, the Black Student Union, Phi Beta Honor Society, and was named Outstanding Political Science Student last year. She also worked as a Resident Assistant for two years and is currently serving as Student Body President. She was nominated by the Associated Student Government. Drew Villaca is a music education major with an emphasis in voice and a minor in political science. He has been involved on campus in A Cappella Choir, Chamber Singers, Opera Theatre, Kansas National Education Association - Aspiring Educators, and Associated Student Government. He was a recipient of the Shepherd Scholarship and is currently serving as the State President of the Kansas Collegiate National Association for Music Education. He was nominated by A Capella Choir and ASG.
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- Chi Omega Sorority
Chi Omega Sorority Chi Omega is an intergenerational women’s organization forever committed to our founding purposes: Friendship, Personal Integrity, Service to Others, Academic Excellence and Intellectual Pursuits, Community and Campus Involvement, and Personal and Career Development. Connect Interested in joining? Learn more. Our Downloads 1/6 HISTORY Chi Omega was founded in 1895 at the University of Arkansas, Chi Omega is the largest women’s fraternal organization in the world with over 380,000 initiates, 181 collegiate chapters, and 247 alumnae chapters. Throughout Chi Omega’s long and proud history, the Fraternity has brought its members unequaled opportunities for personal growth and development.“Chi Omega looks back on its accomplishments with tremendous pride. Let us build on what we have accomplished, joining together the passion and love of Chi Omega to soar into our future." The Chi Omega and Make-A-Wish® Alliance: Since 1895, Chi Omega Fraternity members have given their time and talent to provide service to others. In the late 1990s, the leadership in Chi Omega researched opportunities for establishing a national philanthropy, and in 2002, they announced the Chi Omega/Make-A-Wish alliance. Since the start of this alliance, Chi Omega has raised more than 26 million dollars and has volunteered over 1.2 million hours for Make-A-Wish. Because of this commitment, they recognize Chi Omega as one of their Cause Champion sponsors. Our Fraternity’s goal is to have both collegiate and alumnae chapters become increasingly involved in volunteering and fundraising for Make-A-Wish and to assist in the granting of wishes to these courageous kids. Through this, all Chi Omegas can understand the importance of service to others as a founding principle of our Sisterhood. OTHER TikTok Leadership Login