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Homecoming 2011 Student Court Announced

If you saw newly-sashed student leaders walking around campus today, don’t worry — you were looking at potential campus royalty.

The Penn State Homecoming Student and University Courts was announced today as all ten student members for the Student Court and the eight faculty and staff on the University Court are informed surprised somewhere on campus.

According to a Homecoming press release, 64 applications were received, which were then narrowed down to 22 students who received interviews. Voting on the King and Queen will begin the week of October 10. Check out the full schedule of events on Homecoming’s website.

Student Court

  • Gary McMillen
  • Kyle Lorenz
  • Travis Salters
  • Will Sheehan
  • Rene Garcia
  • Athena Abate
  • Lauren Perrotti
  • Shadé Olasimbo
  • Paige Rothaus
  • Anna Muzio

Here’s a Storify we put together with @PSUHomecoming’s announcements and reactions from court members and their friends.

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