Students to represent Marion campus at Ohio State Homecoming and throughout 2017-18 academic year
April 26, 2017, Written by Hibba Said, Communications & Marketing Intern
Marion, Ohio – The Ohio State University at Marion Homecoming Selection Committee recently chose six students to represent the Marion campus at Ohio State’s Homecoming festivities taking place October 2-7, 2017 on the Columbus campus.
Three men and three women were chosen, based on their application, interview scores, campus involvement, and G.P.A., to represent the campus. Representatives for this year’s court include: Nicholas Pomeroy, Mount Gilead, Ohio, a junior majoring in middle childhood education; Julio Romero, Marion, Ohio, a sophomore majoring in mechanical engineering and welding engineering; Paul Winters, Delaware, Ohio, a sophomore/junior majoring in communications; Jasmine Gaffney, Marion, Ohio, a sophomore/junior majoring in finance and minoring in sociology; Morgan DeWitt, Marysville, Ohio, a sophomore/junior majoring in English and minoring in creative writing; and Kristina Mason, Delaware, Ohio, a sophomore majoring in psychology and minoring in substance misuse and addiction.
Students on the court will attend all activities throughout the homecoming week, such as the parade, skull session, the football game between Ohio State and Maryland. Representatives will also attend events throughout 2017-18 that take place on the Marion campus and in the community, such as A Taste of the Harvest, OSU Alumni Club of Marion County Big10 Kick-Off Bash, the Marion Popcorn Festival Parade, as well as the freshman welcome day in August.
Voting for homecoming king and queen will be open autumn semester, two weeks prior to the game on October 7, 2017. For more information on 2017 Ohio State Homecoming events, visit: https://homecoming.osu.edu/.