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STARKVILLE, Miss.âSenior communication/broadcasting major Christina N. Bostick of Hattiesburg reigns this week as Homecoming Queen at Mississippi State University.
Bostick recently was chosen in campus-wide elections. She and eight class maids will be presented formally during halftime Saturday [Oct. 17] of the MSU-Louisiana Tech University football game in Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field. (For more on MSU game day activities, visit www.hailstate.com).
Seniors Christian L. Good of Macon and Annaleigh E. Coleman of Corinth are this yearâs Mr. and Miss MSU. They also were selected in the voting and will be introduced at halftime.
Good is an agribusiness/management major; Coleman, a biological engineering major.
Each undergraduate class is represented by two maids. The 2015 homecoming court includes:
SENIORâPolitical science major Luz E. Martinez and art/graphic design major Katherine L. âKaylieâ Mitchell, both of Pascagoula.
JUNIORâBrooke A. Laizer of Metairie, Louisiana, and Holly M. Travis of Starkville. Laizer is a geoscience/professional meteorology major; Travis, a political science and criminology double-major.
SOPHOMOREâBusiness administration major Madison T. Rhodes of Petal and Mackenzie Smith of Tupelo, studying liberal arts.
FRESHMANâEducational psychology major Mayah J. Emerson of Meridian and political science major Stephanie M. âStevieâ Flynt of Brandon.
For more on 2015 homecoming week activities, visit www.thestudentassociation.com/#!homecoming-elections/c1enm. Also, follow the MSU Student Association on twitter.com/MSU_SA and instagram.com/msu_sa.
MSU is Mississippiâs leading university, available online at www.msstate.edu.