Shorter College crowns Homecoming king, queen
October 17 - Shorter College seniors Ward Bearden and Brittni Dekle were crowned Homecoming king and queen during Shorter’s Homecoming football game on Saturday.
Bearden, is a Christian ministries major from Marietta and Dekle is an art major from Woodstock.
This year’s Homecoming Court included:
o Freshmen representatives: communications major Daniel Walker from Zebulon, and Rachel Evces, a nursing major, from Cartersville.
o Sophomore representatives: Seth Selman, a business management and administration major from Rome, and Allison Barnett, a chemistry major from Dalton.
o Junior representatives: biology major Nolan Smith of Dalton, and Natasha Woodruff, a business administration major from Spartanburg, S.C.
o Senior representatives: Rockmart resident and marketing major Kyler Smith; biology major Ashleigh Wiseman from Rome; Scott Howard, a Rome resident majoring in accounting; Silver Creek resident and accounting major Hannah Pierson; Martin Hernandez Jr., a Templeton, Calif. resident majoring in business administration; Roswell resident and biology major Sarah Burch; Chris Brown a Lilburn resident majoring in religious studies; Woodstock resident and art major Brittni Dekle; Justin Maxey, a Winder resident majoring in organ performance; Mabelton resident and sport management major Karen Allen; Ward Bearden, a Marietta resident and Christian ministries major; and Reagan O’Brien, a Duluth resident majoring in early childhood education.
Founded in 1873, Shorter College is a Christian college committed to excellence in education. Since 2003, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Shorter among the South’s best baccalaureate colleges. The college offers bachelor’s degrees in 48 major areas, master’s level and undergraduate degree programs for working adults, online courses, and a vibrant intercollegiate athletic program. Shorter will transition to university status June 1, 2010. For more information, visit www.shorter.edu.