Homecoming Royalty Candidates: Fall 2019

The time is here, homecoming. The time when students show their school spirit. Faculty, current students and alumni celebrate On a college  

According to www. active.com, The NCAA credits the University of Missouri with the first homecoming event. In 1911 Mizzou’s Athletic Director Chester Brewer invited alumni to “come home” for the annual game against the University of Kansas. The event drew over 10,000 alumni and fans for a weekend of speeches, rallies, dances, and a parade, with the big game as the weekend’s center point.

Now schools celebrate homecoming nationwide. Here are some of ESU’s 2019 candidates.

Marcus Narcisse

“Hi, my name is Marcus Narcisse, and I’m running for homecoming Royalty because I want to show the average student that you can be who you want, without a title. Yes, you may hold the title, homecoming Royalty, but you can represent something greater than that..”

Denasia Mosteller

“Hi, y’all! My name is Denasia Mosteller. I am a senior dual majoring in Criminal Justice and Sociology…I am running HOCO Royalty 2019 on behalf of NCNW ESU…I want to win HOCO royalty for my organization and for all the genuine student leaders on this campus.”

Samantha Dietz

“Hello, I am Samantha Dietz, and I am running for homecoming royalty! I am representing the National Honor Fraternity Phi Sigma Pi. I am running to show appreciation for my organization and the school for turning me into the person I am today…”

Eric SG Hunt

“Hey what’s up my name is Eric SG Hunt. I’m the Vice President of Student Government Association and a reason why you should vote for me for Homecoming royalty is…and I truly appreciate all the friends that I’ve made in my 2 years at this school.”