ATU Announces 2018 Homecoming Court

Five candidates for the title of Arkansas Tech University Homecoming queen 2018 have been selected to the Homecoming court.

The members of the 2018 Arkansas Tech Homecoming court are (photographed, from left-to-right): junior Ana Barroso of Springdale, senior Tina Christiansen of Van Buren, senior Blair Miller of Woodlawn, senior Brooklyn Woodworth of Harrison and senior Sydney Stone of Clarksville.

ATU students will vote to select the Homecoming queen during online voting at theLINK. Votes may be cast from midnight on Tuesday, Oct. 16, through 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18.

Arkansas Tech will announce its 2018 Homecoming queen during a 1:30 p.m. pre-game ceremony at Thone Stadium at Buerkle Field on Saturday, Oct. 20. Kickoff for the Homecoming football game between Arkansas Tech and Southwestern Oklahoma State University is scheduled for 2 p.m.

Barroso is an elementary education major and a member of the Hispanic Student Organization. She is a peer mentor and a member of the International Student Organization.

Christiansen serves as drum major for the ATU Marching Band, Arkansas’ Band of Distinction. She is majoring in music education. She has worked on campus as head female band camp counselor.

Miller is a rehabilitation science major. She is active in V College Ministries, Zeta Tau Alpha, Student Government Association, Presidential Leadership Cabinet, Delta Sigma Omicron, Because We Can and the Golden Girls dance team.

Stone holds membership in Phi Mu, Because We Can and Rise Up. She is majoring in psychology, sociology and criminal justice.

Woodworth is majoring in biomedical biology. She is involved with Zeta Tau Alpha, Presidential Leadership Cabinet and the Pre-Med Biology Club. She has worked on campus as a resident assistant and resident director.

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