April 13, 2013
Dakota Sullivan is Tower King, Jennifer McCoy crowned Tower Queen
Northwest Missouri State University’s Blue Key and Cardinal Key honor societies on Friday, April 12, crowned Dakota Sullivan as this year’s Tower King and Jennifer McCoy as the Tower Queen.
The Tower King and Queen is organized annually by Blue Key and Cardinal Key and selected from a group of Northwest students who excel academically and exhibit high involvement at Northwest and in the Maryville community. Campus organizations nominate one king and one queen, who then participate in an application and interview process resulting in the selection of five king candidates and five queen candidates to fill the Tower court. The king and queen are selected by the student body.
Dakota Sullivan is a junior pre-law and political science major from Chariton, Iowa. He is a member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, Pre-Law Society, Political Science Club, AmeriCorps USA Alumni and the Pi Sigma Alpha national political honor society.
Jennifer McCoy is a junior organizational communication major from Gower. She is a member of the Baptist Student Union, Student Senate, Lambda Pi Eta national honor society, Student Ambassador and Mortar Board.
Information about the remainder of the Tower court appears below.
Name: Donnie Merriman
Name: Kyle Smith
|Name: Madison Lee
Senior agriculture business major
Hometown: Firth, Neb.
Campus activities: Alpha Kappa Psi professional business fraternity, Sigma Kappa sorority, Northwest Honors Program, Delta Tau Alpha agriculture honor society
Sponsor: Alpha Kappa Psi
|Name: Kelsey Knowlton
Senior international business and marketing major
Hometown: Papillion, Neb.
Campus activities: Phi Mu sorority, Student Ambassador, Student Support Services, Order of Omega, American Marketing Association, Delta Mu Delta national honor society in business administration, Mortar Board, Alpha Chi national honor society, National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Sponsor: Phi Mu
|Name: Michelle Madsen
Senior elementary and special education major with an early childhood education minor and early childhood special education certification
Hometown: Papillion, Neb.
Campus activities: National Residence Hall Honorary, Residential Life, Residence Hall Association, Student Missouri State Teachers Association, Residence Hall Council
Sponsor: National Residence Hall Honorary
|Name: Jena Sosnowchik
Junior elementary education major with early childhood education and Spanish minors
Hometown: Omaha, Neb.
Campus activities: Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority, Panhellenic Council, Alpha Mu Gamma language honors club, Freshman Seminar peer advisor
Sponsor: Sigma Sigma Sigma
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