CCU’s 2017 Homecoming King and Queen announced, other results
The 2017 Homecoming theme for Coastal Carolina University was “Thank Goodness It’s Coastal.” Following are winners in various categories.
Kevon Young-Reaves, a senior information technology and information systems duel major, and Morgan Howder, a junior communication major, were crowned king and queen at Coastal Carolina University's Homecoming festivities.
Young-Reaves is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., a first year orientation leader and a member of CCU’s Order of Omega Greek honor society.
Howder belongs to Alpha Delta Pi Sorority and is a resident adviser, a second year orientation leader and a Wall Fellow.
Organizations on campus nominated students for the homecoming court, and those selected had to participate in a formal interview. The interview judges then narrowed it down to three king and five queen candidates.
CCU’s student body voted throughout homecoming week for their favorite king and queen candidates. The homecoming court was announced during the Miss Teal and Bronze Pageant on Oct. 23.
This year, 18 groups competed in various events like Paint the Campus Teal, the Banner Competition and CanStruct. Campus partners also competed in the Office Decoration Contest.
The winner for the Small Group category: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
In the Large Group category:
• First Place: Alpha Delta Pi and Kappa Alpha Order
• Second Place: Phi Sigma Sigma and the Rugby team
• Third Place: Chi Omega, Kappa Alpha Psi, and Pi Kappa Phi
Office Decorations Contest:
• First Place: Financial Aid & Scholarships
• Second Place: Kimbel Library
• Third Place: Coastal's Office of Online Learning (COOL)