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[VIDEO] Meet the 2014 Homecoming Court

If you hadn’t noticed from all of the celebrations and smiling faces with “Homecoming Court” sashes, it’s that time of year again. Homecoming is here, and that means it’s time for you to vote for the Homecoming king and queen. We sat down with all 10 members of the court and interviewed them, and our video team compiled some of their answers to help you get to know the members of court a bit better.

In our first video, you will meet the male half of the homecoming court, featuring Anand Ganjam, Ben Kline, Kevin Bunce, Richard Kopecky, and Ryan Henrici.

In our second video, you can meet the female half of the homecoming court. This video features Emily Zheng, Kelechi Acholonu, Kenya Crawford, Marielena Balouris, and Tori Waldner.

Vote for your choices here, and good luck to all of the members of court!

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About the Author

Jack Lukow

Former Visual Editor, best known for recording Sue Paterno dancing to “Shake it Off”. From Greencastle PA, a town with four traffic lights and a graduating class of 110, Jack’s main life goal is to make sure he never has to return to Greencastle again. A senior in Journalism, you can follow him on twitter (@jackslens), but I wouldn’t. If you think your event deserves video coverage, know someone or something that does, or maybe just want to chat, email him at [email protected] He loves that, and you seem cool.

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